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Windsor beggars with homes 'march tourists to cashpoints to withdraw cash', claims council chief slammed for wanting homeless off streets ahead of Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan


In a series of tweets while he was on a skiing holiday in Wyoming, US, he claimed some homeless people ... an opinion that it is a commercial life choice. 'Even if they do have homes, there is a reason they are on the streets. In order to beg you have ...


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