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A restaurant in Brighton is showing some festive spirit by throwing open its doors to around 50 rough sleepers on Christmas Day.
Working with the 'Brighton and Hove Muslim Forum', staff at the Sahara say they want to help the homeless at a time when most other people are with their families. Special invitations were handed out by community volunteers to people sleeping on the streets and on the beach.
The interviewee is Sabri Ben Ameur, Vice Chair of the Brighton & Hove Muslim Forum.