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The earliest records of arrivals from the region that is known today as Bangladesh (was British India) are of Sylheti cooks in London during 1873, in the employment of the East India Company, who travelled to the UK as lascars on ships to work in restaurants.
These first few arrivals started the process of "chain migration" mainly from one region of Bangladesh, Sylhet, which led to substantial numbers of people migrating from rural areas of the region, creating links between relatives in Britain and the region.
The ODA monitors enquiry and complaint levels and the issues complained about.
It can intervene if it sees worrying trends or serious matters of concern. In April 2013 a vegetarian gujarati rugby player popped up in one of my searches on Asian Single Solution.
British Bangladeshis have the highest overall relative poverty rate of any ethnic group in the UK with 65% of Bangladeshis living in low income households.