From the 1950s onwards, Indian immigrants found themselves drawn to the west of the capital, where there were plenty of employment opportunities in factories and – later – Heathrow airport.Many set up home in Ealing, Hounslow and Southall, which is now known as "Little India".
He went on to describe the effects as the poison spread: 'I was feeling pretty hot and sweaty, had a headache and felt pretty sick too with pain in my lower back and a tightness in the chest and a really high blood pressure.
We have been fortunate to have a strong background in the Indian Restaurant industry and grown up in and around the food and catering business.
Abbott has said she no longer opposed the security services as she insisted her time as a graduate civil servant would prepare her for becoming home secretary Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott Diane leaving Four Millbank in Westminster, London, following her stumbling explanation of how the party would fund its plans for 10,000 extra police in an interview that left her struggling to do the sums live on air.
A large swathe of the busy street was cordoned off in both directions on Friday afternoon as the stabbing was investigated. Police later confirmed the man's injuries were non-life-threatening and there have been no arrests so far.
Over half of Southall's population today are Indian or Pakistani.
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