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Oh yes, didn't get it first take.

There are probably about as many men visiting nail bars as watching Sex and the City or buying Alannis Morrisette LPs. Why only the other day I saw a whole queue of men at Lewis's make up counter discussing blusher.

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I'm confused, shouldn't they be arresting the white man having his nails done? He is the slave master forcing this poor woman to do his bidding. 

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15 minutes ago, GloomMonger said:

I'm confused, shouldn't they be arresting the white man having his nails done? He is the slave master forcing this poor woman to do his bidding. 

That's what is being inferred - isn't it ?

Let's find a stock pic of someone getting their nails done. 

Ok we've found 999 of burds and 1 of a bloke. 

Well let's use the bloke of course !

What goes through the minds of these people. 

I have always wondered if there are actual written guidelines and rules at the BBC - or everyone working there just knows them straight away and they are 'Unwritten'. 

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Its not even nail bars are some sort of cover for a 30m rub + tug shops. They really just appear to do nails.

Unlike the 'Chinese medicine + massage parlour' I see.

Always Chinese, in both nail bar and massage parlour. I doubt the slave thing. My guess is they just say that to get a pass on working illegally.

There was on of the R4 investigation program is into 'Slavery' Its wasnt really. The investigation revealed nothing new - lots of people from the ME living in posh bits of London have a large number of Filippino maids who they treat like sh1t. They interview some daft Filiippino bint and were pushing the slavery line. It was not it was a contract dispute and scamming labour for free FFS.

If they want to close down the likes of Nail bars, fillipno maids then crack down of businesses and people with off the fcking scale fines.

Ech time they shake down the takeaways and curry houses in my home town, they find about 30% of workers are illegal - illegal not slaves mind. Each businesss,  esp. those with a record of immigration infringement, should have registered people who will be fined 15k for each illegal employed.

 

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Are these types of businesses on paper viable?.....what about the people that are not openly seen, like working as maids, carers and cooks etc everywhere? ;)

 

 

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35 minutes ago, winkie said:

Are these types of businesses on paper viable?.....what about the people that are not openly seen, like working as maids, carers and cooks etc everywhere? ;)

 

 

Nails bars - chinese one use students being paid pennies, cash in hand.

British ones - tax credit top up/scam business.

 

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9 minutes ago, spyguy said:

Nails bars - chinese one use students being paid pennies, cash in hand.

British ones - tax credit top up/scam business.

 

So who benefits from this?.....the workers, or the exploiters?...the legal services? the community or the economy?....;)

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Just now, winkie said:

So who benefits from this?.....the workers, or the exploiters?...the legal services? the community or the economy?....;)

Who loses -tax payers and proper workers.

Chinese workers get some spare money and noone grassing to the immigration. Nail bar owner gets cheap, pliant workforce.

Tax creditors - just get a tick box to release the tax credits $$$$.

They dont bother with customers - theres a round robin of makeup work - X looks after Y's kid, Y does Z's hair, Z does X's hair

Its like watching a circuclar verion of hole digging and filling in..

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1 minute ago, JoeDavola said:

Took a second glance to see it. Hilarious.

The well-manicured oppressive hands of the white man pasty penile oppressor!

 

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There has always been illegal people living and working in the UK..... nobody has made a big deal out of it before, probably because big money is made from it? ;)

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We used to laugh at job descriptions for Diversity Officers or Equal Opportunity Managers, and the money spent on creating these roles that businesses had survived without for decades previously.

Now we are seeing the consequences...

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27 minutes ago, winkie said:

So who benefits from this?.....the workers, or the exploiters?...the legal services? the community or the economy?....;)

A lot of these places are also money laundering fronts.  If money is made through illegal activities then a business working mainly cash in hand is a perfect opportunity to wash the money and then being able to account for how it was made 

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1 minute ago, One-percent said:

A lot of these places are also money laundering fronts.  If money is made through illegal activities then a business working mainly cash in hand is a perfect opportunity to wash the money and then being able to account for how it was made 

What like a restaurant with ten tables and a turnover that doesn't fit the number of people and prices that they can possibly serve in the day? ;)

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So either there's money in doing nails - (and the UK tax credit people are doing it wrong.) 
or there isn't but there's money in the tax credits and an awful lot of bizarre fraud (HB being the biggest fraud, so do houses/children not exist?) 
or there's additional services under the guise of a nail bar.
or ?

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1 hour ago, winkie said:

What like a restaurant with ten tables and a turnover that doesn't fit the number of people and prices that they can possibly serve in the day? ;)

Itll be a restaurent that does what the HMRC would expect. Expect never have much in the way of customers.

The FBOT at the bookies are also a great way to flush a few k every day.

A friend works in one. He has a number of stoic customer who come in almost on a daily basis, putting 5k in and walking off with 4k. They sometimes give him a cheery wave too.

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39 minutes ago, SarahBell said:

So either there's money in doing nails - (and the UK tax credit people are doing it wrong.) 
or there isn't but there's money in the tax credits and an awful lot of bizarre fraud (HB being the biggest fraud, so do houses/children not exist?) 
or there's additional services under the guise of a nail bar.
or ?

Nailbars offer no happy ending.

Chinese massage parlor iswhere its at, or off.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, spyguy said:

Itll be a restaurent that does what the HMRC would expect. Expect never have much in the way of customers.

The FBOT at the bookies are also a great way to flush a few k every day.

A friend works in one. He has a number of stoic customer who come in almost on a daily basis, putting 5k in and walking off with 4k. They sometimes give him a cheery wave too.

How does this work ? They still have £4 they can't explain ? Or do they pretend they win every day ? 

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