An interesting story from the Western Mercury The headline says "Homeless" but the last paragraph says he live in a camper van! How can you be homeless with a motorhome? An enterprising guy nonetheless Weston homeless man sets up magazine Graham Walker used to be found selling the Big Issue in Weston High Street, but has decided to go it alone with a new journal. The 54-year-old, who has been homeless since the age of 14 and has written two books, says he made to move to give himself more freedom. He will now write and produce his double-sided publication, named The Bigger Issue and The Expostulator, on a bi-monthly basis. He said: "Now I have my own paper I can go around many different towns and sell my paper, which Big Issue sellers don't do any more. "As a Big Issue vendor I tried to travel from town to town, but couldn't find a spare pitch to sell from." Graham expects to make the same amount of cash from his new venture as he did when he sold the Big Issue. He was able to branch out on his own thanks to help from friends. Rae Howells, a former Big Issue colleague from Wells, donated him a laptop, and Veaseys, a printing shop in Totnes, offered its services. Graham's current abode is a campervan and when he has finished a 10-day stint selling in Weston, he plans to start a tour of Somerset, Devon and Cornwall, before returning with his next edition around Christmas time. The magazine, which contains features and a satirical slant on news events, is available priced £1.05 from Graham on High Street.