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From Kent to Poland, worried UK farmers look abroad after Brexit crimps labour supply

A migrant worker picking lettuce on a farm in Kent. Farmers are growing frustrated with the lack of government plans on allowing seasonal workers into the UK after Brexit.

Langley, England

FOR 70 years, Tim Chambers's family has harvested fruit in south-east England, but after Britain's vote last year to leave the European Union (EU), he expanded into Poland and is ready to sell some of his land if a shortage of migrant workers worsens.

His firm, W B

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