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GUESTS


CELEBRATING THE BEST BRITISH CURRY AWARDS EVER!


One of the guests of honour for this year’s British Curry Awards (BCA) was the new Justice Secretary and Epsom & Ewell MP, Chris Grayling. There was no dissent amongst the audience when he observed that:”This has to be the best BC ever! I don’t know where we are going next - maybe the O2?”


The 2012 Awards, which took place on Monday, 26th November at Battersea Evolution in London, dazzled even more


brightly than ever before. This was the eighth time they have been staged under the leadership of Enam Ali MBE, and were co-hosted by former Royal Correspondent Jenny Bond, who compered proceedings in the early part of the show, and impressionist Rory Bremner, who took over for the later stages through to closing.


Altogether more than 1600 people attended the event, including many leading restaurateurs, business


owners, politicians and celebrities. Well-known names in the audience included MPs Ann Main, Sir Francis Maude and Bob Blackman, Dragons Den entrepreneur Theo Paphitis, journalist and broadcaster Rageh Omar, gameshow host Roy Walker, actors Shane Richie and James Cosmo, models Lizzie Cundy and Elen Rivas and publicist Max Clifford.


Also present, via a video link, was the Prime Minister, David Cameron, who addressed the audience with some encouraging words. He remarked: “It is often said that curry is Britain national dish – and it’s easy to see why. It’s not just the flavours


Our 8th Annual Celebration. Bigger. Better. Breathtaking.


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