Immigration rules threatening future of Chinatown businesses? | ITV News

The Chinese restaurants of Chinatown in Soho have been serving up Asian food for nearly half a century – but some of the owners are now worried their businesses are under threat – because they say immigration rules have become too strict. Changes that came in five years ago have made it harder for top Chinese chefs and waiters to get visas – especially if they don’t speak English.
Martin Stew went there to find out more.

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