Region's fruit 'could be left to rot on the trees' because of higher wages

Fruit farmers are warning that the introduction of the National Living Wage could mean they can't afford to hire seasonal labour. And without the pickers, the fruit would be left to rot on the trees. But politicians say to pay all workers the going rate is essential. John Ryall spoke to Kent fruit farmer David Figgis and the Conservative MP for Bexhill and Battle, Huw Merriman.