There are 15,000 curry houses in Britain, but the industry is in crisis, say some restaurateurs. An immigration cap means some are struggling for staff.
Also, second generations of Bangladeshi immigrants are deciding to not work in the family business.
Now a conference has been held for leading industry members to swap ideas and get advice. Robert Murphy reports.
It's Friday night. Time for a take-away, perhaps? But, there's a problem facing many of our curry restaurants - and that's not enough experienced chefs.
The problem seems to have become an issue since new immigration laws came into being - and curry houses found they couldn't employ workers from India and other parts of Asia. Here's Ken Goodwin.
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