THE city's homelessness champion says he will continue in the role after considering quitting.
Councillor Paul Godier, who has been in the job since the summer this year, could have resigned due to problems with working with two councillors based on the homelessness issue.
However, after talks with unknown politicians, the councillor agreed to remain in the role.
He said: 'I will not quit because it is very obvious I am still needed.'
'Those that want to exploit homeless situation best start helping, because if I don't see changes or reassurances that put our homeless first, then I will name them publicly.'
Councillor Paul Godier took this role after the council's cross party Homeless Working Group closed.