(1) The Secretary of State shall, within 18 months of Royal Assent being given to this Act, lay before Parliament a report containing an assessment of the impact of the provisions of this Act on agricultural workers in England.
(2) The report under subsection (1) shall include assessments of the impact of the Act upon each of the factors listed in subsection (3).
(3) The factors are agricultural workers’—
(a) living standards,
(c) conditions of employment, and
(4) The report under subsection (1) shall include an analysis of the impact on each factor under subsection (3)—
(a) in each region of England, and
(b) in each agricultural sector, within the meaning given in Part 2 of Schedule 1.
(5) The Secretary of State shall, no later than three months after the report under subsection (1) has been laid, open a public consultation on—
(a) the report laid under subsection (1) and any conclusions which it might draw or proposals which it might contain, and
(b) the merits of establishing a sector negotiating body to be responsible for setting on an annual basis minimum—
(i) living standards,
(iii) conditions of employment, and
(iv) standards and terms of accommodation for agricultural workers.
(6) “Agricultural worker” shall, for the purposes of this section, be taken to mean any person engaged in—
(a) agriculture, as defined in section 109 of the Agriculture Act 1947, or
This new clause would require the Secretary of State to report on the impact of the Act on agricultural workers in England, and to consult on the findings of that report and the merits of establishing a sector negotiating body.