British Takeaway Campaign responds to latest migration figures

Responding to the latest net migration figures, Ibrahim Dogus, Chair of the British Takeaway Campaign, said: “Today’s reports on skills shortages in the food and drink sector, in the context of a big fall in immigration, underline the importance of access to qualified workers for sectors...

24th August 2017 05:56pm
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British Takeaway Campaign responds to Amber Rudd's comments on immigration

Responding to the Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s comments on immigration, Ibrahim Dogus, chair of the British Takeaway Campaign, said: “The takeaway sector will be heartened by the Home Secretary's pledge to deliver a post-Brexit immigration system that continues to welcome those who contribute...

27th July 2017 09:43am
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British Takeaway Campaign comments on demonstration in Parliament Square following the recent rise in acid attacks on food delivery drivers

Commenting on the demonstration taking place following the recent rise in acid attacks on food delivery drivers, Chair of the British Takeaway Campaign, Ibrahim Dogus, said: “The British Takeaway Campaign condemns these attacks on delivery riders in the strongest terms. It is a right of...

18th July 2017 01:52pm
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Chair's welcome

In cities, towns and villages across the country, takeaway restaurants are flourishing.  From my own background starting and growing independent restaurants in London, I can speak with first-hand experience of the dynamism of a sector where small, family-run businesses compete with...

6th July 2017 08:07pm
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Why Just Eat are backing the BTC!

From the well-known chains to the small, independent restaurants that characterise the sector, everyone loves their local takeaway. And as these takeaways embrace new technologies and adapt to our changing appetites, so too do they become increasingly accessible and in demand.  Supporting...

6th July 2017 08:12pm
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TAKEAWAY SECTOR UNITES TO CALL ON NEW GOVERNMENT TO BACK £9.4 BILLION INDUSTRY THAT EMPLOYS OVER 230,000

The British Takeaway Campaign (BTC), a new industry umbrella body led by Just Eat, launched today (Monday), urging the Government to recognise its economic, social and cultural contribution to the UK and to back its growth by boosting training and access to skills.  New research, commissioned...

16th March 2017 08:56am
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