Reader’s Letters: Calls to see the British homeless given shelter in Sheffield

Sleeping rough, sent in by Jayne Grayson
Sleeping rough, sent in by Jayne Grayson
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When I go shopping I do not want to see people sitting in sleeping bags on the streets, it shows that our society is borderline redundant and on the verge of utterly failing, it shows that we have a lack of morality and have failed to prioritise.

I want the British homeless given shelter and I want the foreign-born ones deporting.

Most of the Eastern European ones are a sham and are of no worth to Britain, it is time for them to go.

Once that is done I would like all the religious stands removing from the city centre.

I do not want to know anything more about Jesus and I do not want to know anything more about Muhammad.

One supposedly died for my sins 2,000 years before I was born and the other one calls me a non-believer.

Both are from a far-distant land born thousands of years after my European forefathers had their own spiritual belief system and both have little relevance to me as a functional modern human.

In fact the only thing both have in common is the proliferation of war, pain, intolerance and hatred.

So please let me shop in peace.

Oh, and stop cutting the trees down, they are the only things left on some estates that display anything beautiful, not that you would recognise aesthetics, just trust me on that one.

LS

Sheffield

No problem

Welcome to Sheffield, no problems of rough sleepers.

The council should have a good long walk round the city.

Jayne Grayson

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