Young oyster farmer's DIY advice to country's jobless


Harry Simper is a 16-year-old who has started up an oyster farming business on the River Deben in Suffolk.

He sees the work as an alternative to the academic curriculum of school and the lack of traditional job opportunities.

The dyslexic teenager believes starting your own business is a great way of becoming your own boss and avoiding reliance on government handouts.

Our Economy is broadcast on Monday, 19 March on BBC One at 23:05 GMT and on the iPlayer for seven days thereafter.

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