EU nationals working in food industry ‘free to remain after Brexit’

Environment secretary Andrea Leadsom

The future of up to 100,000 EU nationals already working in the UK food and drink sector will be secure after Brexit, according to the Prime Minister, Food Manufacture can exclusively reveal.

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