Home > 'It's just not happening': Crops go to waste as UK farmers struggle to find workers

News
'It's just not happening': Crops go to waste as UK farmers struggle to find workers

Description

Workers from eastern parts of Europe who were picking crops pre-Brexit have not returned and farmers are having to look for replacements further afield to places like the Far East.

Added on the 10/06/2022 16:53:58 - Copyright : Euronews EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • Pigs pile up as Brexit and COVID leave UK farms with butcher shortfall

    British farmers call for urgent action to address a shortage of abattoir butchers which led to a backlog of pigs on farms.

    14/10/2021 - Euronews EN
  • Kink in confinement: UK sex workers struggle to adapt to 'new normal'

    As the UK slowly begins to ease its coronavirus lockdown measures, sex workers are having to adapt to new rules and social norms. Many are finding work online, while countless others continue to see clients despite the risks out of sheer financial desperation. Sex workers organizations have asked the government to offer them the same support provided to employees of other industries.

    30/05/2020 - AFP EN
  • US senator Bernie Sanders backs striking UK workers

    Progressive US senator Bernie Sanders gives his backing to striking British workers, urging global solidarity amid surging inequality, inflation and a cost of living crisis. "What is going on today in the UK is no different than what is going on in the United States of America. Same bloody thing," Sanders says.

    01/09/2022 - AFP EN
  • UK dock workers' union threatens further strikes

    A trade union on Monday warned of more strikes at the UK's largest container port if pay demands are not met, threatening to cause further disruptions to the supply chain. Workers at Felixstowe port in southeastern England began an eight-day strike over pay on Sunday, in the latest industrial action as decades-high inflation intensifies the country's cost-of-living crisis. FRANCE 24's Bénédicte Paviot tells us more.

    22/08/2022 - France 24 EN
  • UK port workers join rail staff in strikes as prices soar

    Almost 2,000 workers at the UK's biggest container port will launch an eight-day strike Sunday over a pay dispute, the latest industrial action to hit the UK economy. Workers including crane drivers and machine operators will walk off their jobs at Felixstowe port on England's east coast, which handles around 4 million containers a year from 2,000 ships.

    22/08/2022 - France 24 EN
  • U.S.-led strikes hit Islamic State, al Qaeda-linked group in Syria

    U.S.-led air strikes hit 10 units of Islamic State fighters in Syria in recent days as well as militants with the al Qaeda-linked Khorasan Group. Jillian Kitchener reports.

    15/11/2014 - Reuters EN

More videosNews

Watch video of  - DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12 - Label : Economie wallonne -
News

DemainEntreprendre - épisode 12

29/04/2021 12:55:32