The Somali mother and son who have chosen to live on a high street bench for three years, despite council's repeated attempts to rehouse them.
September 23, 2017
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The Somali mother and son who have chosen to live on a high street bench for three years, despite council's repeated attempts to rehouse them.

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    The Somali mother and son who have chosen to live on a high street bench for three years, despite council's repeated attempts to rehouse them.

    The Somali mother and son who have chosen to live on a high street bench for three years, despite council's repeated attempts to rehouse them.

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The Somali mother and son who have chosen to live on a high street bench for three years, despite council's repeated attempts to rehouse them.

They were photographed making themselves sandwiches at 11am as they sat down and rested their feet on their suitcases

The son, believed to be in his 20s, was handed a bottle of water from a passerby outside the church in Tooting, south west London, one morning

The mother and son have been living on the streets since they were evicted from their flat in Tooting and use umbrellas as shelter



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