BRITISH workers are being replaced by cheap foreign labour to serve Scotland’s green revolution after the Home Office agreed to extend a migrant worker extension.

The Herald understands that at least one predominantly British-based crew has been let go on the day they were due to start work on one of Scotland’s largest offshore wind farms – with recruiters citing the extension of the Offshore Workers Concession rules which allows the employment of cheaper foreign nationals on offshore wind projects.

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