Migrant workers in Kent
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West Malling farmer fears loss of migrant workers will harm business

A farmer in the South East has spoken of his fear the decision to leave the EU will damage his business which relies on seasonal workers from Europe.

Leave campaigners have promoted a points-based immigration system.

But the National Farmers' Union in Kent is concerned a lack of migrant workers will push costs up and more food will have to be imported.

The BBC's Charlie Rose reports.

  • 26 Jun 2016
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