Curry King urges 10 year entry block for immigration to prevent racial unrest
Britain should stop all immigration for up to 10 years to prevent racial unrest, an influential Indian-born businessmen said yesterday.
Ready-meals millionaire Sir Gulam Noon, known as the Curry King, said a ban would help stop extremists such as the British National Party exploiting tensions.
He told BBC1's Andrew Marr Show: “I do not want a situation whereby a party like the BNP says, 'Listen, all your jobs are being taken away by immigrants.' Some sort of a ban should be there.”
Sir Gulam's view that it should last up to a decade comes from his forthcoming autobiography, according to the Mail on Sunday.
It was reported he wrote: “We should shut the door for five or 10 years.”