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Jennie Platt, from Prestwich, got "a bee in her bonnet" after reading about the spikes on Marsden Street in the Manchester Evening News . So Ms Platt recruited sons George, 11, and Sam, 10, and they "piled down to Primark" to buy cushions to cover them. "This is not the Mancunian thing, it's not how we treat people," she said. What are the best ways of helping homeless people? Ms Platt, who is an estate agent, added: "The building owners are treating human beings like pigeons. "I woke up on Sunday morning with a right bee in my bonnet and had to do something." Image copyright Jennie Platt Image


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