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'Curry Colleges' fail to attract recruits

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.

  • 28 Sep 2012
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