UK farmers concerned about future post-Brexit

For more than forty years, Brussels has influenced the way in which agriculture was done in the UK, but with Brexit looming, there is both hope and trepidation about the inevitable changes coming.

    Farmers in the UK are worried about how they will make money once Britain leaves the European Union next year.

    They rely on tens of thousands of workers from abroad and billions of dollars from the EU to keep up production.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports from Leicestershire.


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