Sky News examines how reducing imports from overseas would impact the livelihoods of local workers in Kenya.
Four in 10 roses in the UK come from the African nation as the factory farm only holds on to 1% of its stock.
Employees tell Sky News of their concerns to their lifestyle if exports were reduced.
Sky’s Michelle Clifford reports.
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