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Two sides to every story | Made in Stoke-on-Trent

Jun 10, 2021
What do you mean what's the problem? Do you ever come? Yes, then it must be a problem with you. What are you really unusual? Well, it means something. You must be up to something. Although that? I'm fine. It's a documental. Not my problem. talk about me obviously you want people to know about you yes we will talk listen yes okay we are talking about homelessness and all that in Stoke we will talk about the problem we will talk about social problems this winter homelessness became big news in Stoke -on-

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Jeannette and her husband Jaco created a DIY catering service that we actually run thanks to donations, keep taking over and you know we have to put some money into each of us, but that garlic we have provides us fairly good.
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I've seen a lot more new faces, Rob. You have been coming to us for a little over a month to get a house. That was the situation these Stoke-on-Trent IIs were sold in when Hanley was developed. Police have been stepping up efforts to move. bad sleepers and antisocial behavior outside the city center no longer allowed to have sleeping bags outside in case we believe the men the police say that makes us wave to the homeless even though we are homeless It's a waste even tonight okay, three weeks you've been here stunners. I put this on to try to stay a little warmer.
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Oh, off the smell, so you can imagine all that on our chests. Oh, Yvonne and Stan are regular customers at Jeanette's catering service, like many rough sleepers. Its hi

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is complicated. He was having problems with me ex-parte stanag left his wife we ​​were saving the couch because we were so efficient they said we had priority they asked us to move on so obviously we ended up gaining real assistance for the chest. Stan and Vaughn have been offered places in shelters but were banned from a place due to drug use in another of the shelters. couples stay together so for now they prefer to stay together in their tent life in the street was taking this hole in your relationship I broke you, turn it over and then your foot beat some fog it's a completely different moment in a few fingers barking okay this I'll get it the first time I saw it I loved it it was

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thing I was married to it found soulmate yes my review and obviously I argue all the time angry like many others we have met on the streets, have the courage to use synthetic drugs, black tobacco, you can't see anything in it, just dark man, just a little bit of dew, yes, just pushing the warm zero of the stable before using whatever.
two sides to every story made in stoke on trent
Mix it on the ground, it will always pour another Lane fish, you're Bucky and let it sprinkle it on top so it doesn't overwhelm what we smoke, even though we're really only together because we're on the street. Tracy has been in and out of the house. since she was 14 and she is also a long time user member, she just feels useless, don't you think someone saw it? It's also notable that her mother is like she's the new spice to see what's coming to the area. Mandra is a cheap Chinese anomaly for

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one right now just atoms. your feelings stop all your feelings completely, so you feel nothing, nothing at all, you don't even feel cold if you are nothing, nothing, nothing at all, doctor, nothing is better than having something, if you know what I mean basically at the age of fourteen I was addicted to Halloween and I was living on the streets um in an outside that I was in and through me the kids were broadcasters.
two sides to every story made in stoke on trent
I have seen children love me and as the children grew in and out, I was back on the streets. the streets on the streets off the streets in our still life there's just no worry daddy's gone is there anything that can stop stop stop being surprised Doug Fir after a series of complaints with local residents and business owners, the council introduced a new protection of public space? The order of a police management center is coming to me, friend, because you didn't want to meet the birdmen or the dust like in the city, so you come in the right band to meet everyone on it, pushed, everyone must be having a agitate this morning it's all day just keep going keep going don't do things alone even though you mean everything in motion why didn't they want it in the city where people come shopping and everything they try and leave the city simply where it happened and has been known for drugs for a long time where it happened doctor buried in the office is a proposal to find people up to 1,000 pounds to pitch tents downtown the local newspaper The Sentinel goes big with the fine the

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goes national the council a PR nightmare on their hands they expect people to earn £35 4000 for being in a tent where I come from who's character they couldn't make it there because of the way I can't feed back at Genet's food service rumors fly above the new repression if we are caught with the tent inside a tent inside a sleeping bag at home we are fined a thousand pounds, it could well be a million pounds because it is irrelevant we can't afford it so you might make me jealous wait no we did it all for the police last year not to hand out tents but we know where they come from because you've seen what's actually handing out the tents so they know are our. you probably expect to knock on the door you know how to say don't do it again yes I'll cross that street when we get there Jeanette is not the only person who is angry a huge public response led to the council apologizing for abandoning the fine proposals they

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it clear it was just a consultation aimed at addressing children, a complex problem that you want to help in a bag, you don't mean taking away the candy of turning off because they will just walk around the corner if not Hanley, instead they will get you out of there , they're going to get rich, you know, I mean, let's say this became the fucking City of Culture in one, they don't really see how it's going to affect the people that you.
I know I mean a kind of fight like a division. Then it feels like there is a great divine. The weather is getting colder and a community police officer shows up. He tries to persuade God to spend a night in one of Stoke-on-Trent's shelters. Hanley is the face of the ambitious new forward-thinking Stoke-on-Trent. This was a misstep in the council's attempts to attract investment and rebranding to the centre, known as photographs, there you go, you go, thousands of photographs were sent in by the public. to make a single sided mosaic you look at the I think it's just people standing Yvonne tells her friend why they kicked them out with the last yes hostile patty he says like you break their rules so you can call my link I know how to get two

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of the story, that's a lot, understand that Joseph was also homeless when he was younger and was chosen as a symbol of hope, keep his nerve, be waiting for council accommodation and for now they are still there, could be.
Again all your ground is becoming solid again. Not good. Could it be justice?

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