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http://www.guardian-series.co.uk/news/16110288.Man_guilty_of_enslaving_15_workers_in_one_bedroom_flat/

A Romanian man who offered his countrymen the dream of a better life in the UK, only to enslave them using threats and violence, is facing jail.

David Lupu, 29, lured a group of Romanian nationals to Britain with the promise of work for £50 a day and accommodation included.

But, Lupu exploited the workers, only paying them a fraction of the wages they were expecting to receive, confiscating their ID papers and cramming them into a one bedroom flat in Leyton.

He was convicted of multiple offences of holding a person in slavery or servitude on Thursday, after a trial at Inner London Crown Court.

Seven Romanian men described being offered the jobs in July last year, but found themselves forced to share the tiny flat with up to 14 other people once they arrived.

The men slept wherever they could in the kitchen, bedroom, a hallway and a storage cupboard, sometimes on mattresses they had found in the street, while Lupu himself enjoyed spacious conditions in an upstairs flat of his own.

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Mrs H. has been doing some work that skirts around this topic and has personally witnessed people like Mr Lupu in action.

To say it's absolutely epidemic, all the more so in certain cities, is the understatement of the year. It's not just the Romanians either. The authorities where she has been working simply don't have the resources to even put a dent in it, it's that extensive.

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1 hour ago, One percent said:

http://www.guardian-series.co.uk/news/16110288.Man_guilty_of_enslaving_15_workers_in_one_bedroom_flat/

A Romanian man who offered his countrymen the dream of a better life in the UK, only to enslave them using threats and violence, is facing jail.

David Lupu, 29, lured a group of Romanian nationals to Britain with the promise of work for £50 a day and accommodation included.

But, Lupu exploited the workers, only paying them a fraction of the wages they were expecting to receive, confiscating their ID papers and cramming them into a one bedroom flat in Leyton.

He was convicted of multiple offences of holding a person in slavery or servitude on Thursday, after a trial at Inner London Crown Court.

Seven Romanian men described being offered the jobs in July last year, but found themselves forced to share the tiny flat with up to 14 other people once they arrived.

The men slept wherever they could in the kitchen, bedroom, a hallway and a storage cupboard, sometimes on mattresses they had found in the street, while Lupu himself enjoyed spacious conditions in an upstairs flat of his own.

13 of them. Why didn't they smash down his door and throw him out of the window? Did he have a gun?

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5 minutes ago, Sgt Hartman said:

Mrs H. has been doing some work that skirts around this topic and has personally witnessed people like Mr Lupu in action.

To say it's absolutely epidemic, all the more so in certain cities, is the understatement of the year. It's not just the Romanians either. The authorities where she has been working simply don't have the resources to even put a dent in it, it's that extensive.

There isn’t the political will the establishment are ok with it I would think as it drives down the cost of labour to slave type rates, yet again undermining the earning power of indigenous brits. 

Dead easy to deal with. Employers have to check the credentials of everyone they employ and of those who are employed by firms they subcontract to. Make the firm at the top responsible. 

Then, recruit more people to check and give them swingeing powers of arrest and fines.  

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1 minute ago, One percent said:

There isn’t the political will the establishment are ok with it I would think as it drives down the cost of labour to slave type rates, yet again undermining the earning power of indigenous brits. 

Dead easy to deal with. Employers have to check the credentials of everyone they employ and of those who are employed by firms they subcontract to. Make the firm at the top responsible. 

Then, recruit more people to check and give them swingeing powers of arrest and fines.  

Thing is, the whole system is bent. Everything from the bent 'employment agencies' that bring them over to the bent employers that have them living in a caravan on site. Want a house? Go see Mr X who's subletting his council house, he'll be taking a huge cut, of course. Space for 20.

Trouble with the legals? Then get in touch with this bent legal firm who'll tie everything in knots for years giving you all the time in the world. By the time someone like Mrs H arrives to try and make any sense of what's going on, the whole thing is so mired in dodgyness, dead-ends, zero cooperation, 'no speak Inglis' and is just such a general clusterfuck that it's almost impossible to manage.

Times this by a hundred thousand per city and you're just about there.

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12 minutes ago, One percent said:

There isn’t the political will the establishment are ok with it I would think as it drives down the cost of labour to slave type rates, yet again undermining the earning power of indigenous brits. 

Dead easy to deal with. Employers have to check the credentials of everyone they employ and of those who are employed by firms they subcontract to. Make the firm at the top responsible. 

Then, recruit more people to check and give them swingeing powers of arrest and fines.  

I dont think they are working, in a tax paying way.

Most of the Balkan slavery stuff is based around the following:

- Knocking shops.

- Tax credits and benefit fraud.

- Slave labour for veg pickign or robbing clothg4es or begging.

You go to any red light area and all the british prozzies have gone. Its all Balkan.

The fix is easy - no benefit to UK nations. We are reachign a point where thats going to have to happen.

Minimum wage to get a resident visa.

 

1 minute ago, Sgt Hartman said:

Thing is, the whole system is bent. Everything from the bent 'employment agencies' that bring them over to the bent employers that have them living in a caravan on site. Want a house? Go see Mr X who's subletting his council house, he'll be taking a huge cut, of course. Space for 20.

Trouble with the legals? Then get in touch with this bent legal firm who'll tie everything in knots for years giving you all the time in the world. By the time someone like Mrs H arrives to try and make any sense of what's going on, the whole thing is so mired in dodgyness, dead-ends, zero cooperation, 'no speak Inglis' and is just such a general clusterfuck that it's almost impossible to manage.

Times this by a hundred thousand per city and you're just about there.

I owuld guessitmate that there are around 6m-9m EE in the UK.

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2 minutes ago, spygirl said:

I dont think they are working, in a tax paying way.

Most of the Balkan slavery stuff is based around the following:

- Knocking shops.

- Tax credits and benefit fraud.

- Slave labour for veg pickign or robbing clothg4es or begging.

You go to any red light area and all the british prozzies have gone. Its all Balkan.

The fix is easy - no benefit to UK nations. We are reachign a point where thats going to have to happen.

Minimum wage to get a resident visa.

 

This is pretty much it.

There is a whole industry built around below MW working in the UK. It's huge and it operates well outside the sort of rules and regulations that most of us are bound by. It's a parallel black economy that's much, much bigger than the news or anyone else would have us believe.

Thing is, tracking or trying to get the story of one person takes months and months of wading through obfuscating bullshit. Trying to sort the actual numbers that are here is like trying to drain the Atlantic with a thimble.

 

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1 minute ago, Sgt Hartman said:

This is pretty much it.

There is a whole industry built around below MW working in the UK. It's huge and it operates well outside the sort of rules and regulations that most of us are bound by. It's a parallel black economy that's much, much bigger than the news or anyone else would have us believe.

Thing is, tracking or trying to get the story of one person takes months and months of wading through obfuscating bullshit. Trying to sort the actual numbers that are here is like trying to drain the Atlantic with a thimble.

 

Easy fix.

Anyone seeking residence must register for an NI number.

Check the NI payments for that number every 6 months. If they fall below 25k then remove right to reside.

Crack down on illegal labour. All businesses mus be registered and have a person liable for fines - no Ahmed was in Pakistan on holiday....

Raid premises. Each illegal is a 10k fine. All business must take out insuranrce for illegal migrant workers. Let the market decide which businesses are more likely to employ illegals.

No benefits to non Brits. If they are bringing kids they must pay 12K health insurance and 5k per kid for schooling.

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2 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Nope.

Commission/target based border force.

Sort of a migrant/iilegal marshall service - Im serious.

You catch one, you keep 50% of the 10k fine.

Of course. In addition to Black Ops.

You need a disincentive.

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what boils my piss more than anything are the constant false economic calculations on immigration put around year after year by the pro immigration lobbies.  They NEVER include the crime and opportunity costs at a rational level.

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