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The slump in the value of the pound has seen the value of EU workers’ wages effectively cut by more than 10 per cent, while a perception among migrant workers of increased anti-immigrant sentiment may also be putting people off coming here to work in the fields, industry figures have said.
British Summer Fruits said on Thursday that the Government will see income tax, National Insurance and income tax revenues fall as the industry suffers and UK growers go out of business.
Theresa May has had to soften her hard Brexit stance in the wake of a humiliating election performance which saw her fail to secure a majority.
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The country will also become more reliant on food imports, the report predicts.