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UK government sets up long-awaited scheme for seasonal migrant workers

Initiative receives mixed reactions from industry

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The nation-wide pilot scheme aims to fix labour shortages on British farms by issuing temporary visas to 2,500 non-EU seasonal workers, but some growers fear this number falls short of the sector’s needs.


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