U.K. fruit grower fears changes in migrant worker laws

01/20/2014 | ThisIsTheWestCountry.co.uk (U.K.)

Changes in labor laws that will allow immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria to give up seasonal farm work for full-time jobs has some growers worried about being able to cultivate and harvest their crops in the future. "I rely on these people to keep the farm going and couldn’t do it without the seasonal staff," said Jan Butterley, owner of Nynehead Fruit.

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