Sydney's "tent city" welcomes the homeless, annoys politicians

This week prominent NSW politicians like premier Gladys Berejiklian and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore have been publicly arguing over whose responsibility it is to move on a growing homeless encampment from Martin Place in Sydney's CBD.

One voice that hasn't been given much prominence though is that of the people living in the camp, which has been providing food, shelter and community since December.

4ZZZ reporter Andy Paine spoke to Lance Priestley, who helped start the 24-7 Safe Space and Street Kitchen.

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