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'Why upset the apple cart?' asks a farmer after Brexit
A Boston supermarket supplier who relies heavily on foreign labour is almost a lone voice in a town that’s ill at ease with high levels of immigration
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+6581147111 24 Jun 16
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hi
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Lenny Belardo 24 Jun 16
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Delicious Guardian tears are delicious
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Langtonian 24 Jun 16
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I feel for this guy. No Brits will do the job
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Carter Redd 24 Jun 16
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at least upsetting the apple cart can now be removed from the list of hate crimes
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UKIP Exeter 24 Jun 16
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Fuck sake give it a rest. You've morphed into a mixture of Dear Deirdre and the bloody Lonely Hearts club today.
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mazzerooni 24 Jun 16
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brexiteers showing what little grasp of business they have
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Rach ( SignsByRT ) 24 Jun 16
so what did he do before the big influx??
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Adrian Perry 24 Jun 16
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coz the apples aren't native? Coz Leave told me they were peaches? Boris said they were unnatural nectarines, while munching them?
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Joe Byrd 24 Jun 16
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indeed some day the blind will see
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thenightbreak 24 Jun 16
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If these people think wages will rise after "foreigners" leave, they will be sorely disappointed.
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Langtonian 24 Jun 16
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He started small so did not require lots of labour .A self made business.British are too into PlayStation and would not do this
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Langtonian 24 Jun 16
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Maybe the Wlsh Dragon will be part of English Wales federation flag
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Rach ( SignsByRT ) 24 Jun 16
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I grew up near a lot of farms and there was always seasonal work good pay too but once influx came then pay took a nosedive
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Reisnick 24 Jun 16
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who will pay for rised wages picker couliflour price tho?
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Paul Cunningham 24 Jun 16
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maybe the apples are past the sell by date.
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Dennis S Brotman 24 Jun 16
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The Brits recoiled out of fear,anger. Withdrew leadership. Huge victory for Isis. Germany,France will lead. Churchill would weep.
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LCurtis 24 Jun 16
ah but farage told them they would so they believe that - you can tell by their tone they're not too clever!
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