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“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. None of the homeless people in the area said they thought that Prince Harry or the rest of the royal family had anything to do with Mr. Dudley’s request to the police. “Harry is the most common out of all the royals and helps out poor people,” James said. “I don’t think he had anything to do with this.” He joked that he might even expect an invitation to the wedding, adding: “If not, maybe we can go and watch from the car park. We’ll be out of sight there.” Mr. Dudley’s remarks have been deemed insensitive, spurring debate on a national level. Prime Minister Theresa May said in a television interview on Thursday that she did not agree with his comments and urged the local council to “work with police” to ensure that homeless people were provided for. Homeless charities also denounced Mr. Dudley’s letter.
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