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Why was there no shortage of human labour in Victorian Britain in the mid-19th century? Explain.

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In the Victorian United Kingdom, there was no shortage of labour because a huge amount of labourers moved from villages leaving their hometown and travelling to cities for work.

Labour was present on a large scale, so the wages were very low and cheap.

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