Call to Remove Homeless People (All 8) Before Royal Wedding Stirs Anger

WINDSOR, England — Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their wedding date last month, the council leader who oversees one of the most affluent boroughs in Britain has been on a campaign to deal with the homeless people who “sleep rough” near the wedding venue, Windsor Castle — all eight of them, according to official statistics.

Simon Dudley, leader of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, wrote to the Thames Valley police this past week demanding that they use their legal powers to tackle the issue of “aggressive begging and intimidation,” ahead of the royal wedding on May 19.

Last month, while on a ski vacation in Wyoming, Mr. Dudley tweeted about an “epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy in Windsor,” which he says paints the historical market town in an “unfavorable light.” He also announced that he would be writing to the police to ask them to “deal with it” before the royal wedding.

His description of “bags and detritus” accumulating on the streets and “people marching tourists to cash points to withdraw cash” suggested that homeless people had somewhat taken over the quaint streets of Windsor.

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