Ellie Goulding Discusses The Poor Treatment Of Homeless People | Music News

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Ellie Goulding Discusses The Poor Treatment Of Homeless People | Music News

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Speaking to The Guardian on October 8, Ellie Goulding spoke out against the crude fashion in which homeless people are treated. The “On My Mind” singer said: “First it was Hackney council and now Chelsea and Kensington council have told people not to give food or money to homeless people because they say the money will fund something it shouldn’t, but actually that’s just the act of kindness, the communication that could save someone’s life. It’s a ridiculous campaign and I completely condemn it.” This isn’t the first time that Goulding has tackled the issue, in June she tweeted her frustrations with Hackney council who were planning to issue fines if rough sleepers violated a public space protection order. You can read the whole interview here.

 

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