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Gibbos_Empire Posted on 11/10/2018 04:01
Edited On: 11/10/2018 04:03Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding
 
 
Homeless people in Windsor have been told they need to move there belongings tomorrow from the streets in Windsor or face them being confiscated and put in a lock up.

£2 million is being spent on police and security for it, and £250,000 is going to be spent on the clean up afterwards, all funded by the taxpayer.

Talk about an example of modern day Britain?
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Burra Posted on 11/10/2018 05:54

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Fair enough, homeless or not you should expect to have to be moved on for big events or heightened security measures.
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r00fie1 Posted on 11/10/2018 06:35

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Lets hide the homeless and pretend they dont exist.
Cant have the feudal relic seeing reality can we?[V]
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joseph99 Posted on 11/10/2018 06:44

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I thought Wills and Kate were ambassadors of mental health awareness yesterday, ........but I suppose that was yesterday and today they’re ambassadors of security [pa]

Does his name break down to PR ince William
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Borobarmy Posted on 11/10/2018 09:04

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Great just what the country needs, two leeches green light fro procreating another nose in the trough
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Abel_Tasman Posted on 11/10/2018 09:06

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For a moment I thought this was a rehash of a thread back in May when the same thing happened. Then forgot there was another effing Royal Wedding
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ZappBrannagan Posted on 11/10/2018 10:09

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Don't worry - I'm sure she will get the tone right by the time her second wedding comes around
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CardiffDaffs Posted on 11/10/2018 10:13

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I think you mean her third.
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Small_town Posted on 11/10/2018 10:14

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Surely it's a security breach to have people in certain places during the royal wedding? Not sure what's wrong with this.
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FartingGnome Posted on 11/10/2018 10:37

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
If there were no Royals there'd be no Royal Weddings and no security issues.

Simples.

As they say.
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jam69 Posted on 11/10/2018 11:04

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
it's not people in certain places, it's the right sort of people in their place. it's not a cordoned off area , they want flag waving daily mail people stood there.
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Winker Posted on 11/10/2018 11:17

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
They're almost certainly not homeless , they're just beggars who've chosen to live on the streets because begging is so lucrative and they can get as much Spice as they can handle.

I'm sick of beggars hounding me for money in Leeds. I am not kidding there are scores and scores of beggars in the city centre begging almost everywhere. There are literally bodies all over the place , fitting, sleeping, XXXXXXting themselves at will. I literally have to step over bodies to get into my office.

People buy them Costa coffees and Pret sandwiches but they don't give a XXXXXX, they're usually strewn all over the pavement half eaten. All they want is Spice.
I dunno what it's like in Boro but people here are getting freaked out at the sheer number of beggars hassling you everywhere you go. I was in restaurant last week and this guy came into the restaurant tapped me on the shoulder and asked if I had any spare change while I was eating my meal. If the council don't do something about it pretty soon people are going to stop living in the city centre altogether; Brilliant then beggars can have the whole place to themselves and everyone who defended their 'rights' can congratulate themselves on a job well done.
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jam69 Posted on 11/10/2018 11:23

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these people who "choose" to live on the streets are just making the wrong career choices winker

Link: www.theguardian.com/society/2018/oct/08/ho
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Gibbos_Empire Posted on 11/10/2018 11:33

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Winker, while I agree some homeless aren't genuine, as I know people who have done this in the past, they have a home, a family that loves them, but somehow fall into the wrong crowd. There are people genuinely homeless, whether that's through addiction, depression, losing a job etc.
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Corcaigh_the_Cat Posted on 11/10/2018 13:03

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'They're almost certainly not homeless'

Maybe they're just sleeping under bridges covered by newspapers until their new 3 piece suite is delivered to their 3 bed semi.
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pierrequiroule Posted on 11/10/2018 13:29

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They could always spray them with paint to match the background. This government are adept at masking problems.
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London_Boro Posted on 11/10/2018 13:58

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Royal wedding?
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bear66 Posted on 11/10/2018 14:01

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
9th in line to the throne is getting married.
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icarus1965 Posted on 11/10/2018 14:41

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
WINKER

replace the I with a A,

that name fits you better.
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Scarsalt Posted on 11/10/2018 14:59

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Just confirms what a clueless T3sser Prince Andrew is.
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1finny Posted on 11/10/2018 15:13

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Interesting thread
Some comments stand out
‘I don’t see what is wrong with this’ - I guess you have every right to think its ok on security grounds. I’d hazard a guess tho that you could, if you wanted to, understand (not necessarily agree with) some of the other conversations about this being, well, inhumane
And
‘They are almost certainly not homeless’ - presumably this comment is from someone who has spent time with these very people, watched them and has evidence to support.
Then again it could just be a wild assumption based on the odd quip in the Daily Mail outing the odd cheat.
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scrutonsmog Posted on 11/10/2018 15:29

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
One of my daughters gets married next month: I wouldn’t want a bunch of beggars cluttering it up either.
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bear66 Posted on 11/10/2018 15:32

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No mention of beggars, just homeless people.
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scrutonsmog Posted on 11/10/2018 15:33

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Them as well
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bear66 Posted on 11/10/2018 15:36

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She doesn't have to get married.
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Gibbos_Empire Posted on 11/10/2018 15:38

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
You think homeless people want to be on the streets? You think they don't want a home, a family, a group of friends?
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scrutonsmog Posted on 11/10/2018 15:50

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Never said or suggested any of that.
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expat_smoggie Posted on 11/10/2018 16:19

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It’s a contentious subject as there’s legitimate reasons for being homeless from the standpoint of choice. I’ve actually known people who actually chose to be homeless for one reason or another. Then there’s the other reason where you’re evicted from your home — through no fault of your own (lost job, mental health, or even divorce) and end up in the gutter. There’s some people who come from different countries also who end up in your town or street. It’s a societal mess but you’d have to say that perhaps it’s the widening gap between the classes that have contributed to the current problem. The security issue is well founded — there’s people on the streets who have mental issues— why is this allowed to happen? Perhaps we’ve lost all sense of what is a legitimate mental problem— but even so these people need help but not the kind of help we’ re giving them. The bottom line is that we’ve (society) accepted this sad situation — we call them losers, beggars, cast offs — there’s many others. But let’s be fair it’s the system which is flawed not the person. How do we change it or prevent from happening I guess it’s a question that has been asked before but it’s certainly not a question that is high on anyone’s hit list— with the exception of maybe the odd political candidate who is running for re-election. And then there’s the royals.
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DowningAlbion Posted on 11/10/2018 16:24

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Read the whole thread, still have no idea who is getting married

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bear66 Posted on 11/10/2018 16:28

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
9th in line to the throne is getting married.
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Gibbos_Empire Posted on 11/10/2018 16:42

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Prince Andrews and Fergies daughter Eugenie.
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asredastheycome Posted on 11/10/2018 17:15

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Good post Expat[^]
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expat_smoggie Posted on 11/10/2018 18:33

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Remember growing up and (finally) reaching your 18th or 21st birthday party? if you’re an only one it’s maybe not so complicated. If you have bros or the odd sis then it can be an awkward moment — you maybe have a 10 year gap over your younger brother etc— your parents buy you a surprise gift — if you’re 18 maybe it’s a car or a bike —who knows —but it’s always the younger sibling who is (maybe) quick to ask “where’s mine?” or “why can’t I have one?” Eugenie is no different in this regard— and rightly so in my opinion— I mean where does Harry stand with reference to the Thorne?— somewhere on Mars if the truth was really known. So what right did it give him to ask for such a lavish wedding — it was sick in my humble opinion— ok it was reported that the wedding brought in excess of $1 billion. Such a farce but I suppose you pose the same question to the people of Windsor and you’d get a completely different view point. Horses for courses I’m afraid— no pun intended ms Eugenie.
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FartingGnome Posted on 11/10/2018 19:32

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A privately funded bike or even a car v a £2m public bill for security for e 5 star non-entity. Now let me think.
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erimus74 Posted on 11/10/2018 19:34

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
I didn’t know about it till today, total waste of money for a non entity event
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Small_town Posted on 11/10/2018 20:03

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Can someone please translate ex pats post for me?
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expat_smoggie Posted on 11/10/2018 23:12

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
I’m just answering the thread on why did she (Eugenie) need a royal wedding?
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newusername Posted on 12/10/2018 10:41

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The Head of State is attending the wedding of the person 9th in line to the throne, of course there is going to be substantial security paid for by the tax payer to protect them.

I'm sure if Trump attended the wedding of the Secretary of Agriculture (apparently 9th in line for the Presidency), their tax payer would fund the cost of the additional security required.

Whether he would or not is really the crux of having the HoS as a family affair or one elected by the people.

His golf trips have cost the US taxpayer $80m so far, so I guess we have to be thankful that the Queen isn't flying off to get 18 holes every weekend.
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Boroontour Posted on 12/10/2018 11:01

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Trot On Peasants
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bear66 Posted on 12/10/2018 11:06

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"I’m just answering the thread on why did she (Eugenie) need a royal wedding?"

No problem with that, but the £2m bill was to accommodate an open carriage ride, which was not necessary.

Good on the BBC to refuse live coverage.
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Ticker_Tape Posted on 12/10/2018 11:27

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Not a looker is she, looks like Wayne Rooney

Princess Moose( no offence to Moose)
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plazmuh Posted on 12/10/2018 11:44

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Just another aimless thread pitting the haves

withe the have nots..

The Media has done a fantastic job on some of you

A complete waste in my honest opinion..

Much Love
Plazmuh
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plazmuh Posted on 12/10/2018 12:31

Homeless told to move for Royal Wedding

 
Not only that..

With the onset of Robotics and new Technology

being unemployed will become the new norm..

In a short space of time vast numbers of people

will be left with nothing to do..

I truly hope the Goverments of that time and Public

perception will be kinder to those affected..

These are not merely flights of fantasy on my part

it will be everybodys reality..

So please instead of slagging those poor people off

just think on because it will certainly affect you or

yours..

A little compasion goes a long way..

Please have a fantastic weekend

much Love
Plazmuh
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truthBomb Posted on 12/10/2018 12:42

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This land was always ours
Was the proud land of our fathers
It belongs to us and them
Not to any of the others
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plazmuh Posted on 12/10/2018 15:59

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[^][^]

Link: xxx
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Foggysfplandiet3 Posted on 12/10/2018 16:56
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People said the British Royal family’s days were coming to an end after the Russian revolution in 1917.

They said the same thing after the French Revolution over 200 years ago.

And they said the same thing after Charles I was beheaded in 1649.

Like it or not the British Royal Family will be around long after us, our children and our children’s children are dead and gone.
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redwurzel Posted on 12/10/2018 17:09

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I find it hard to believe many people have made a career choice to sleep and beg on the streets.


Lack of housing for single people without children dependents I would suggest has increased housing and the way benefits are often stopped nowadays leaving people without anything if they can't get a job. This can be harder for people with mental health problems or disabilities.
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FartingGnome Posted on 12/10/2018 17:26

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"I find it hard to believe many people have made a career choice to sleep and beg on the streets."

I was thinking "I don't" - and then I realised you weren't talking about the sad f^ckers who stay on the streets for a fortnight to catch a fleeting glimpse of a royal car.
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Ticker_Tape Posted on 12/10/2018 19:53

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It's the cruelty of keeping a family for generations just so the wealthy elite and then working middle class sub humans who wave flags at them can enjoy it.

You can see it in baldy will and his balding ginger brother how big an effect it's had on them.

Cruel evil bunch the royalists.
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dragged_up_in_whinneybanks Posted on 12/10/2018 22:11
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All this £2m spent on police presence is boll**ks and the thin end of the wedge. The real issue is that god knows how many police personnel have been drawn into training and service for this event when they could have been doing a worthwhile job of protecting the community rather than these leeches.
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FullTiltTraore Posted on 12/10/2018 22:42

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I work in a supermarket in a city centre and have to deal with homeless people who are too gone to understand where they are (spice is a huge problem). It is sad but from a purely objective perspective their aggressive nature for money/alcohol etc is deeply off-putting and has upset many of my colleagues.

There does need to be services there to pick up these people however I don't know whether they'd take the help.

These people are begging all day and most of the night. I'm sure they'll make decent money out of begging but its the mess they make when they get refused something that's the problem.

For my own sake and their own I really hope they get their life back on track because otherwise they will be another statistic of being found dead on streets.
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the_holgate_roof Posted on 12/10/2018 23:36

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so they don't want homeless sleeping on the streets before the royal wedding but it is ok for royalists to sleep on the streets before the royal wedding.......interesting.
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TeessideCleveland Posted on 13/10/2018 00:06

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I Know some people in Windsor who happened to see someone - who they knew to be a drug addict with a place to go - sat in a doorway begging
When they suggested she went out of the cold back to the house provided for her she gave them a tirade of abuse



It is a shame that genuinely homeless people - and moving closer to home The Gazette reports indicate Middlesbrough Council don't seem to include ALL of those begging in the town centre as homeless - are homeless at all , but even worse that they have to compete with drug addicts leaving the home they are provided with to try and supplement the benefits they are given by begging
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