Food and farming sector makes post-Brexit demands
The food and farming industry wants assurances from the government that it will still be able to recruit enough staff from the EU after Brexit.
The demand came as part of a manifesto drawn up by more than 100 organisations across the industry and sent to the PM.
It urges the government to publish a white paper setting out its immigration plans "as a matter of priority".
A government spokesperson said those in the sector would be able to recruit EU citizens until December 2020.
Those in the farming industry have previously raised concerns about the impact of leaving the European... read more
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