Former PM urges Liberal premier Gladys Berejiklian to move people on ‘with great vigour if necessary’, saying ‘genuinely homeless’ can access services

Tony Abbott has criticised the NSW Liberal premier Gladys Berejiklian accusing her government of “losing its nerve” by refusing to clear homeless people camping in Sydney’s Martin Place.

The former prime minister said the group of homeless people camped in tents in the city’s CBD were “obstructing people going about their daily business” and should be moved on peacefully, but “with great vigour if necessary”.

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