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The industry warns of less choice and higher prices if workers from the EU are barred from UK fields and factories.


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With highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital.
//, free //
And the people of Boston know why.
Immigration.
Emigration.
Emigration, definitely.
Immigration.
For immigration.
Those views are hardly surprise on the last count of 13 percent of people living in this town of foreign abroad. Last year, more foreigners came here than left, then some businesses 95% of the work force are the Europeans. When somebody tell me this town has become unrecognizable, many of the migrants are now vital parts of our communities. They work in MHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?
Here is the European, European market shop center.
Here are west street the mystery culture is playing to see. But // is elected the community leader since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.
There are roughly about 30 % European people are living and working in Boston area. And they hang on in the shops as we are liking in the West streets // to have more// shops that means if people leave their EU shops one by one before they are on their will.
The // is one of the areas which could be seriously impact of the EU migrants’ leave. 339 work for the trust of runs of the hospital while 25 European doctors were brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county much like the UK is frequently faced with start shortages. Union say nearly 300 nurses and midwives alone and EU workers are indispensable.
Well, reality it is 33000 EU nurses currently are working cross and //the UK and 330 out work in this organization. I don’t think any organization could sustain such loss in one hit and cooperate it and so on. I don’t think they would cooperate with the // and //
But in the fields surrounding Boston and cross the Linconshere that you see the real impact of  EU migrants, whereas a few hundred employed in the hospitals is estimated to 20,000-30,000 work in agriculture. // has been selling flowers for more than 30 years and over 2 of her stuffs are European. She said, she can’t rely on British labor.
So basically they just don’t want to. We lost the work as // and of people wanting this sort of work.
What would happen then if your EU workers are just decided to leave if Brexit all and they have to go.
We would finish virtually organized as would many other industries in this area.
But Buckinham are many taking a different view and sees Brexit as an opportunity for locals.
Basically, the British system would be there. This // more businesses, recruiting from locals.
Why an British people who currently unemploys them doing their jobs?
They could like them. That’s playing battles at home. And because i think all the people here would get through it.
Why would they have to change?
No, no. They don’t have to change. Because the job would be vacant.and they would have no excuse.
It may have had the highest leave vote but in reality, it will be several years until we know the truth and impact of that decision. Who would take home with the shops that the Europeans go. Who will fill those jobs. Whatever happens is highly likely that the communities like this one we should have been so transformed by a closer ties to Europe. Or also be the most changed when that’s settled.
// sky news in Boston.
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With highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital.
//, free //
And the people of Boston know why.
Immigration.
Emigration.
Emigration, definitely.
Immigration.
For immigration.
Those views are hardly a surprise on last count of 13 percent of people living in this town of foreign abroad. Last year, more foreigners came here than left, then some businesses 95% of the work force are  Europeans. When somebody tell me this town has become unrecognizable, many of the migrants are now vital parts of our communities. They work in MHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?
Here is the European, European market shop center.
Here are west street the mystery culture is playing to see. But //the community leader says since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.
There are roughly about 30 % European people are living and working in Boston area. And they hang on in the shops as we are liking in the West streets // to have more10 shops that means if people leave their EU shops one by one will be closing down as well.
The // is one of the areas which could be seriously impact of the EU migrants’ leave. 339 work for the trust of runs of the hospital while 25 European doctors were brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county much like the UK is frequently faced with staff shortages. Union say it needs an extra  300 nurses and midwives alone and EU workers are indispensable.
Well, reality it is 33000 EU nurses currently are working cross and //the UK and 330 out work in this particlular organization. I don’t think any organization could sustain such a huge loss in one hit and cope it and so on. I don’t think they would cooperate with the // and //
But in the fields surrounding Boston and cross the Linconshere that you see the real impact of  EU migrants, whereas a few hundred employed in the hospitals is estimated to 20,000-30,000 work in agriculture. // has been selling flowers for more than 30 years and over 2 of her staff are European. She said, she can’t rely on British labor.
So basically they just don’t want to. We lost the work ethic and of people wanting this sort of work.
What would happen then if your EU workers are just decided to leave if Brexit all and they have to go.
We would finish virtually organized as would many other industries in this area.
But back in town many take a different view and sees Brexit as an opportunity for locals.
Basically, the British system would be there. This would entail more businesses, recruiting from locals.
Why aren't British people whoare currently unemployed them doing their jobs?
They could be lazy. That’s playing battles at home. And because i think all the people here would get through it.
Why would they have to change?
No, no. They don’t have to change. Because the job would be vacant.and they would have no excuse.
It may have had the highest leave vote but in reality, it will be several years until we know the true and impact of that decision. Who would take home with the shops that the Europeans go. Who will fill those jobs. Whatever happens is highly likely that the communities like this one we should have been so transformed by a closer ties to Europe. Or also be the most changed when that’s settled.
// sky news in Boston.
       
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With the highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital.

“Broccoli, broccoli, free for a pal.”

And the people of Boston know why.

“Immigration.”

“Immigration.”

“Immigration, definitely.”

“Immigration.”

“For immigration.”

Those views are hardly a surprise on last count -- 13% of people living in this town are from abroad. Last year, more foreigners came here than left. And in some businesses 95% of the work force are Europeans. But when some people tell me this town has become unrecognizable, many of these migrants are now vital parts of our communities. They work in NHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?

“Well, this is the European…European market shop center.”

Here in West Street the mixed culture is playing to see. But Ziedonis Barbaks, a Latvian community leader says since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.

“There are roughly about 20 % European people are living and working in Boston area. And they have the shops as we all like in the West Street and have more than ten shops. That means if people leave, then their shops, one by one will be closed down as well.”

The NHS is one of the areas which could be seriously impacted when the EU migrants leave. 339 work for the trust of runs Boston’s hospital while 25 European doctors are being brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county like much of the UK is frequently faced with staff shortages. Union say it needs 300 nurses and midwives alone and EU workers are indispensable.

“Well reality, it is 33,000 EU nurses are currently working cross the NHS in the UK. There are 330 who ought work in this organization. I don’t think that any organization could sustain such a large loss in one hit and cope with it, so I don’t think they would cope with X these news.”

But as in the fields surrounding Boston and cross Lincolnshire you see the real impact of EU migrants, whereas a few hundred employed in the hospitals is estimated 20,000-30,000 work in agriculture. Sue Lamb has been selling flowers for more than 30 years. All but two of her staff are European. She said she can’t rely on British labor.

“So basically they just don’t want to. We’ve lost the work ethic of people wanting this sort of work.”

“What would happen then if your EU workers have decided to leave because of the Brexit ore have to go?”

“We would finish virtually over night as would many other industries in this area.”

But back in town many take a different view and see Brexit as an opportunity for locals.

“Basically, the British system would be there. This would entail more businesses, recruiting from locals.”

“Why aren't British people who are currently unemployed then do their jobs?”

“They could be lazy. That’s the playing X at home. And because I think all the people here would X.”

“So why would that change?”

“No reason. It would change because the job would be vacant .and they would have no excuse.”

It may have had the highest leave vote but in reality, it will be several years until we know the true impact of that decision. Who would take care of the shops that the Europeans go? Who will fill in their jobs? Whatever happens, it’s highly likely that communities like this one which have been so transformed by a closest tie to Europe will also be the most changed when that’s settled.

Shiwan Owens, Sky News, in Boston.
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With the highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital.

“Broccoli, broccoli, three for a pair.”

And the people of Boston know why.

“Immigration.”

“Immigration.”

“Immigration, definitely.”

“Immigration.”

“For immigration.”

Those views are hardly a surprise on last count, 13% of people living in this town were born abroad. Last year, more foreigners came here than left. And in some businesses 95% of the workforce are Europeans. But when some people tell me this town has become unrecognizable, many of these migrants are now vital parts of our communities. They work in NHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?

“Well, this is the European, the European market shop center.”

Here in West Street the mixed culture is plain to see. But Zie Barbaks, a Latvian community leader says since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.

“There are roughly about 30 % European people are living and working in Boston area. And they have the shops as well like West Street and have more than ten shops. That means if people leave, then their shops will be, one by one will be closing down as well.”

The NHS is one of the areas which could be seriously impacted at the EU migrants' leave. 339 work for the Trust that runs Boston’s hospital while 25 European doctors are being brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county like much of the UK is frequently faced with staff shortages. Union say it needs next to 300 nurses and midwives alone and EU workers are indispensable.

“Well reality it is that 33,000 EU nurses are currently working cross the NHS in the UK. There are 330 odd work in this particular organization. I don’t think that any organization could sustain such a large loss in one hit and cope with it, so I don’t think they would cope * news is.”

But in the fields surrounding Boston and cross Lincolnshire you see the real impact of EU migrants, whereas a few hundred employed in the hospitals, is estimated 20,000-30,000 work in agriculture. Sue Lamb has been selling flowers for more than 30 years. All but two of her staff are European. She said she can’t rely on British labor.

“So basically they just don’t want to. We’ve lost the work ethic of people wanting this sort of work.”

“What would happen then if your EU workers either decided to leave because of the Brexit or have to go?”

“We would finish virtually over night as would many other industries in this area.”

But back in town many take a different view and see Brexit as an opportunity for locals.

“Basically, the vacancies will be there. This would entail more businesses recruiting from locally.”

“Why aren't British people who are currently unemployed then doing their jobs?”

“Could've been lazy. That’s the plain playing factor at home. And because I think all the people here would have need to do it.”

“So why would that change?”

On the reason it would change just because the job would be vacant, and they would have no excuse.”

It may have had the highest leave vote but in reality it would be several years until we know the true impact of that decision. Who would take over the shops if the Europeans go? Who will fill their jobs? Whatever happens, it’s highly likely that communities like this one, which have been so transformed by a closer ties to Europe will also be the most changed when they suffered.

Shiwan Owens, Sky News, in Boston.
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With the highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital. And people of Boston know why.
Immigration
Those these are hardly surprised on lost count 30% people living this town were born abroad, last year more foreigners came here then left some businesses 95% of the work force of europeans. Some people tell me this town has become unrecognizable. Many of these migrants are vital parts of our community, they work in NHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?
This is the European market shops center. Here is west street, a mix of culture is plan to see. Bazibabas, the community leader says since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.
There are about 30% european people living and working in Boston area, and they hold the shops as well, like in west street they hold more than ten shops. That means if people leave then shops are being closed down one by one as well.
DNHS is one of the areas which could be seriously impacted by EU migrants leave. 339 works for the trust that runs Boston’s hospital, while 25 european doctors are being brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county like much of the UK is frequently faced with staff shortages. Union say they need an extra 300 nurses and midwives alone, and EU workers are indispensable.
Well the reality is 33 thousand EU nurses are currently working across the DNHS in UK. There are 330 working in this particular organization. I don’t think any organization can sustain such a large lose, in one hit, and cope with it. So I don’t think they would cope it as much as the news say it.
But it’s in the fields surrending Boston and across Lincon shield that you see the real impact of EU migrants.  Whereas there are a few hundred of them in the hospitals, it’s estimated 20~30 thousand working in agriculture. XX has been selling flowers for more than 30 years, all but two of her staff are European, she says she can’t rely on British labor. They are bascially just don’t want to, we lost the work ethic of people wanting this sort of work.
What will happen then, if your EU workers either decided to leave because of Brexit, or have to go?
We would finish eventually overnight, as there are many other industries in this area.
Go back in town, many take a different view and see Brexit as an opportunity for locals. Basically the Brexit would be there. This will entail more businesses recruiting from locally.
Why are British people who are currently unemployed then, doing their jobs?
Because we are lazy, as the plain, plain fact of it though. And because they think with older people here we wouldn’t need to do it.
so why would that change?
The reason it would change is because the job would be vacant. And they would have no excuse.
It may have the highest leave vote, but in reality it would be several years until we know the true impact of that decision. Who would take over the shops after the Europeans go, who will fill their jobs. Whatever happens, it’s highly likely the communities like this one which should be so transformed by a close tie to Europe, will also be the most changed when that settled.
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With the highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain's brexit capital. And the people of Boston know why.


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With the highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital.
“Broccoli, broccoli, three for a pair.”
And the people of Boston know why.
“Immigration.”…
Those views are hardly a surprise on last count -- 13% of people living in this town were born abroad. Last year, more foreigners came here than left. And in some businesses, 95% of the workforce are Europeans. But while some people tell me this town has become unrecognizable, many of these migrants are now vital parts of our communities. They work in NHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?
“Well, this is the European…European market shop center.”
Here in West Street the mixture of culture is plain to see. But Zeebar Bykes, a Latvian community leader says since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.
“There are roughly about 20 % European people are living and working in Boston area. And they have the shops as well, like in the West Street and have more than ten shops. That means if people leave, then their shops, one by one will be closing down as well.”
The NHS is one of the areas which could be seriously impacted if the EU migrants leave. 339 work for the trust that runs Boston’s hospital while 25 European doctors are being brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county like much of the UK is frequently faced with staff shortages. Union say it needs extra 300 nurses and midwives alone and EU workers are indispensable.
“Well reality, it is 33,000 EU nurses are currently working cross the NHS in the UK. There are 330 ought to work in this particularly organization. I don’t think that any organization could sustain such a large loss in one hit and cope with it, so I don’t think they would cope with this mass lack of nurses.”
But it is in the fields surrounding Boston and cross Lincolnshire that you see the real impact of EU migrants. Whereas a few hundred are employed in the hospitals, it is estimated 20,000-30,000 work in agriculture. Sue Lamn has been selling flowers for more than 30 years. All but two of her staff are European. She said she can’t rely on British labor.
“They basically just don’t want to. We’ve lost the work epic of people wanting this sort of work.”
“What would happen then if your EU workers either decided to leave because of the Brexit ore had to go?”
“We would finish virtually overnight, as would many other industries in this area.”
But back in town many take a different view and see Brexit as an opportunity for locals.
“Basically, the vacancies would be there. This would entail more businesses, recruiting from locals.”
“Why aren't British people who are currently unemployed then do the jobs?”
“Because we are lazy. That’s the plain fact…hell. And because I think there are other people here, so we don’t need to do it.”
“So why would that change?”
“The only reason it would change is because the jobs would be vacant, and they would have no excuse.”
It may have had the highest leave vote, but in reality it will be several years until we know the true impact of that decision. Who will take over the shops if the Europeans go? Who will fill their jobs? Whatever happens, it’s highly likely that communities like this one, which have been so transformed by a closer tie to Europe, will also be the most changed when they are severed.
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