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    You know - I think this may have something to do with the fact that they are 'travelling the world' and need jobs to fund that...

    If you only work in the UK you are probably not doing as much traveling as you would like - obviously if you get to a farm in Australia then you are travelling.

    So I think the people who do go work on farms in Australia are not the sort of the people who would actually see fruit picking in the UK as a career they would pursue.
    Don't bring logic and reason into this. Remember your audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    Don't bring logic and reason into this. Remember your audience.
    There was no reason or logic in oPM's post, a 'career' in fruit picking!
    Brexit is having a wee in the middle of the room at a house party because nobody is talking to you, and then complaining about the smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    You know - I think this may have something to do with the fact that they are 'travelling the world' and need jobs to fund that...

    If you only work in the UK you are probably not doing as much traveling as you would like - obviously if you get to a farm in Australia then you are travelling.

    So I think the people who do go work on farms in Australia are not the sort of the people who would actually see fruit picking in the UK as a career they would pursue.
    Like a stopped clock, you’ve inadvertently hit the right answer for a change. In Australia, for example, seasonal work such as fruit picking requires a high demand of numbers of people for a short defined period. For Brit backpackers Oz offers an additional year on the working holiday visa if they do three months farm work.

    With this in mind, what do you think the solution should be for seasonal workers required for U.K. growers?

    And what do you think of the argument that getting rid of cheap EU labour will mean that U.K. people will take up that slack?

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