Homelessness in Windsor: Has anything changed?

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    In December, Windsor’s council leader said he wanted the town’s “rough sleeping epidemic” dealt with before the royal wedding.

    With only a few days to go before the royal wedding, we went back to see if the homelessness situation has changed.

    Produced by Emily Wolstencroft, Jack Suddaby and Lorna Acquah with additional filming from the BBC Asian Network.

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