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UK’s post-Brexit seasonal farm worker scheme is “fundamentally flawed”, says charity

"Workers risk getting caught up in modern slavery”

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A British government scheme aimed at minimising labour shortages after Brexit could leave seasonal migrant workers vulnerable to debt bondage and exploitation, campaigners and lawmakers have warned.

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