Stuart, a homeless man, sits under a bus shelter where he sleeps opposite Windsor Castle. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Beggars need to be cleared by police from the streets of Windsor before the wedding of Prince Harry to girlfriend Meghan Markle because their "detritus" is presenting the picturesque English town in a poor light, the local council leader has said. Queen Elizabeth's grandson Harry and his American actress fiancee are to tie the knot at Windsor Castle, the monarch's palace to the west of London, in May with thousands of visitors expected to visit the town to celebrate the occasion.Stansfield said he was surprised the letter had been publicly released, but added the police would be happy to investigate Dudley's concerns.
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