If homeless people are committing common law violations ( harm to others, property, breach of peace, fraud) then they should be removed accordingly.
If they are removed because of statutory legislation then there will be a terrible crime taking place as the only offence being committed will be against a peice of paper sat in a Brussles filing cabinet..NOT against a human.
Common law protects the rights of man who, being with a soul, is supreme above statutory legality that is souless.
Common law is protected by the monarch, who vowed to defend the common man. The 1215 Magna Carta states that the crown will apoint sherrifs, bailifs, magistrates and constables to uphold the common law. The Magna Carta was created before statutory "law"
If the queens appointed constables remove homeless people who are commiting no common law offence, then they themselves are commiting common law offences in assualt and disturbance of the peace!!
The worlds gone mad!!