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'Curry Colleges' fail to attract recruits

28 September 2012 Last updated at 14:53 BST

The Government's so called 'Curry Colleges' are failing to attract recruits.

They were created to plug the gap left in the Asian catering industry by tougher immigration rules - which mean many restaurants can no longer recruit from overseas.

The BBC Asian Network's Catrin Nye reports.