London, Feb 14 (UNI) Britain is facing a fresh crisis which starts from its restaurant's kitchen.
It is, as they call it, the ''curry crisis''.
Britons are deprived of their favourite dishes because of daft new immigration rules barring specialist chefs from entering the country, the Daily Mirror reported today.
As it emerged there are 27,500 jobs going at 9,000 restaurants, and ministers were also blasted for trying to fill the vacancies with Eastern European migrants.
Britain Immigration minister Liam Byrne is ignoring the problem - and potentially depriving millions of their favourite dish, claims Keith Best of the Immigration Advisory Service.
''Such lack of appreciation of the crisis facing the industry could do it irreparable damage,'' he adds.
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