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Brits Asked to Ease Migrant Rules to Save Curry

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Brits Asked to Ease Migrant Rules to Save Curry

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Brits Asked to Ease Migrant Rules to Save Curry

Brits Asked to Ease Migrant Rules to Save Curry

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The favorite takeout dish in Britain is chicken tikka masala. But a new law restricting migrant workers from South Asia is putting Indian restaurants out of business. Authorities are being urged to ease the restrictions to avert a crisis in the restaurant industry.

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