Brexit: Nearly three years on, has anything changed in Boston?

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Brexit: Nearly three years on, has anything changed in Boston?
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Brexit: Nearly three years on, has anything changed in Boston?
Brexit: Nearly three years on, has anything changed in Boston?
Boston is famous for its bi-weekly market and since the 2016 referendum 15, the town that voted most heavily in favor of brexit, always 3 years later sentiment, hasn’t changed. The waiting for the government to deliver one of the fact is most often cited to explain the strong Auntie you feeling in the town is a large influx of Eastern European immigrants to Boston swelling the population of the Town by over 25 % in the decade preceding The random, but the result hasn’t put off Newcomb is like Theodore to arrive from Bulgaria six months ago. What placards immigrants attracted to Lincolnshire because of the numerous agricultural sector jobs over 95 % to stop at Ian’s flower farm at Eastern European migrant and he’s worried that he won’t be able to find adequate employees in the future? So am I away from take me into the end of the office while situations going to be going forward and I hope to stay in a major part of that business – we’ve invested heavily in the last 2 years in mechanization and automation. Trying are you still a job that requires a lot of hands? Look how I work it some piano, something you can go tonight. To that extent,
Nearly three years after the Brexit referendum, opinions have changed very little in Boston, the British town that voted most heavily in favour of leaving the European Union.

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