Can migrants form the next generation of farmers?

Britain now needs about a million more farmers (for starters) and must rely heavily on migrants – who we often treat very badly. More broadly, the present global “free market” economy obstructs Enlightened Agriculture (“Real Farming”) and is clearly unfit for purpose. In this session two leading thinkers seek a path through the minefield – including how to turn the “problems” of migrants into opportunities for all. 

Chair: Lucy Ford (Oxford Brookes University) 
Felicity Lawrence (Guardian) 
Tom Lines
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