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In Britain, Immigration Woes Extend to Curry

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In Britain, Immigration Woes Extend to Curry

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In Britain, Immigration Woes Extend to Curry

In Britain, Immigration Woes Extend to Curry

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A "curry crisis" looms in Britain. Curry shop owners worry that new restrictions on immigration from Bangladesh will leave them without enough curry chefs and waiters who really understand the spicy cuisine. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Dominic Casciani, a reporter for BBCNews.com.

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