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“If they’re going to move us, it should be into a permanent home, not out of sight for a day just so that rich people can throw a party.” The changing of the guard at Windsor Castle in November. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to be married in May at St. George’s Chapel at the castle. Credit Dan Kitwood/Getty Images James, another homeless man who did not want to give his last name because he did not want his family to read about him in the news, said: “They are making us out to be criminals, a public safety hazard. What’s all that about?” “We don’t bother anybody. We don’t go up on anyone. We just take whatever we are given,” he added. Alison Heart, a retired nurse and local resident who was waiting for a bus next to a pile of sleeping bags left by homeless people, also took exception to Mr. Dudley’s approach. “The unpleasant sight is not what is shameful here; it’s the fact that we are not providing these poor people with warm homes in the middle of winter,” she said.
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