In the autumn of 2019, as Britain seemed utterly divided on the impact of having voted for Brexit, I travelled to the East Anglian town of Wisbech to see how the impact of mass migration from Eastern Europe had transformed a community.

Nick-named Wisbechistan by some locals this film explores how those who pick and process our food sometimes encounter the ancient but enduring problem of human slavery. Commissioned by the Rosmini Centre, funded by the UK government Department for Communities and Local Government.