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1 hour ago, grahamparker said:

If they opened a stall next to yours would you still feel the same way Rick ?.

My post was separating the man from the businessman - not conflating the two, so I can't really answer your question in its context.

Rick.

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at the end of the day hes in it to make money ( not friends ) notice how he operates , hes recruiting barbers . years ago he recrcuited locksmiths and engravers , he learns from them . then takes the simple stuff and trains his numptys ( no offence to presently serving timpsonians ) to do it , like ive always said " like mcdonalds one on every corner ", hes not daft those pods will do ok . look at me and many of you we work 6 days a week whens the only day you can get a haircut? just sayin

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21 hours ago, grahamparker said:

Do you have proof of this Terry ?.

I have no idea Graham, I'm at a loss to what I wrote exactly :-k

19 hours ago, kobblers said:

You need to qualify that statement or remove it as it is dangerously close to libel.

Rick.

It seems I need do nothing now!

But if some of their units I've viewed locally are anything to be compared by, that seem to be managed by one or more of the young Millennial Generation,

Who are sat practically motionless, other than mobile phone in hand and wasting their paid employment time on surfing the web, sending texts, watching YouTube and participating on social media etc, Then I may have falsely based my assumption about the loss making on that. :smt102

On 11/7/2018 at 8:48 AM, grahamparker said:

So will they be opening hairdressing colleges in prisons then ?.

Graham's post above could have be considered 'dangerously close to libel' had it been written differently and without the question mark.

It's a Hair-brained idea that ex cons would become a Cut Above :rolleyes:

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On 11/8/2018 at 3:38 AM, Auto Key Wizard said:

 

Graham's post above could have be considered 'dangerously close to libel' had it been written differently and without the question mark.

It's a Hair-brained idea that ex cons would become a Cut Above :rolleyes:

LOL

this comment had me 'crying' with laughter - love it!!   

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He is also going to be on a government task force to save the high street...

Am I wrong isn't he opening more and more portaloos on out of town developments?

I heard the interview he is just good at saying what people want to hear.

 

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John is advising the government on the high street, while timpson close more and more high street shops in favour of out of town sites.

james has just been given some sort of position as the voice of small businesses

all seems a bit messed up to me

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cant see what the pair of them can offer small business,  in fairness they are only out to feather their own nests and boot their egos  , all this do-gooding is nothing but a smokescreen, the pair of them  are hard nosed bstards

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2 hours ago, Tom D said:

cant see what the pair of them can offer small business,  in fairness they are only out to feather their own nests and boot their egos  , all this do-gooding is nothing but a smokescreen, the pair of them  are hard nosed bstards

Not sure about the bstards thing but your bang on about the rest

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2 hours ago, Tom D said:

cant see what the pair of them can offer small business,  in fairness they are only out to feather their own nests and boot their egos  , all this do-gooding is nothing but a smokescreen, the pair of them  are hard nosed bstards

That's the puzzling bit, why are the Gov paying them to assess the high street when they do appear to be getting out?

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