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Carluccio's to pay for their non-British workers' ‘settled status'

The restaurant chain currently employs over 2,300 people from over 80 countries.

Carluccio’s has paid for its non- British EU employees who have lived in the UK for five years for their application of the "settled status".

The £65 application process allows them to stay in the country following Brexit, after the polotical situation has affected non- British EU workers.

“There would be no Carluccio’s without one man making the journey from Europe to London.
A large number decided to travel from mainland Europe and make their home in the UK," Mark Jones, CEO of Carluccio’s, said.

"We are passionate about the value that they bring to our business and it is something which we are keen to protect. It’s what Antonio would have wanted." 

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