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The agricultural industry should still have good access to EU migrant labour post-Brexit, and those workers who are already here should be allowed to stay, a government minister has confirmed. Addressing NFU Scotland’s autumn conference in Perth, secretary of state for Scotland David Mundell insisted the needs of farming and agri-business were “well understood” in Westminster. “This is not going to be a ‘Heathrow process’ that takes forever,” he said. “There will obviously have to be a seasonal worker scheme […]
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