An article on 7 January 2018 (‘Tory council boss who called for homeless people sleeping outside Windsor Castle to be cleared for the royal wedding owns TWO houses worth more than £5MILLION’) incorrectly reported that Tory council leader Simon Dudley is selling a Grade II listed five-bedroom house near Windsor Castle.


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