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Domino’s Pizza boss weighs into immigration debate


Curry on the curriculum


CHILDREN from the Court Road Academy in the Yorkshore town of Mytholmyroyd were recently given an authentic curry lesson from a local chef as part of their lessons. Head chef Birendra Singh and three waiters from the Village


Restaurant in nearby Sowerby Bridge, showed pupils how to make three curries from scratch as part of their work on India. Headteacher Anne Stamp praised the efforts of Birendra and his team and said the children all had a ‘wonderful time.’ n


NEW NAME FOR ZAIKA


THE boss of Domino’s Pizza has claimed that the chain could instantly create 1,000 jobs, but that British people do not want the work and immigration barriers mean he cannot recruit overseas. Lance Batchelor, the chief executive of Domino’s, said it is ‘harder and harder’ to hire staff in this country, and criticised the government for making it too difficult to recruit immigrants instead. He argued that, for a worker


from outside the EU to get into the country, they virtually needed to have a PhD. Government ministers have rounded on Mr Batchelor suggesting that the problems is that Domino’s Pizza is not paying workers enough. n


TAMARIND Collection is to re-launch Zaika restaurant as One Kensington. The aim is to recreate the atmosphere of London’s leading private members’ clubs, but without the need for membership. Due to open in March, One Kensington will offer all- day dining or a place to simply socialise with friends or colleagues in stylish and convivial surroundings. Overlooking Kensington Palace Gardens, One Kensington will also house a long food bar and an elevated champagne table, the latter with excellent views. The restaurant is housed in a Grade II listed, late Gothic revival Victorian building built in 1885 for the London and County Bank to designs by architect Alfred Williams. Award-winning B3 Designers have put their own distinctive mark on the interiors, at the same time as making full use of original architectural features such as the high carved vaulted ceilings, double height windows and expansive wood panelling. n


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