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Pendle Council leader shocked Flags at half-mast after Manchester attack

The Flags are flying at half pole outside Worthing Town Hall “as a sign of regard” taking after the Manchester assault.

Flags at half-mast after Manchester attack – Credit worthingherald.co.uk

 

Twenty-two individuals are accounted for to have kicked the bucket, with 59 harmed taking after the staggering assault at Manchester Arena the previous evening (May 22).

Mr Harman stated: “My musings are with everybody influenced by the abomination in Manchester. “We are flying our banners at half-pole as a characteristic of regard after this horrible assault on such a variety of pure individuals.”

Pendle Borough Council said the bringing down of the banners was a characteristic of regard for those influenced by the previous evening’s psychological oppressor assault in Manchester. Chamber pioneer Coun. Mohammed Iqbal stated: “We are completely stunned and disheartened at yesterday’s shocking assault and need to express our sympathies to every one of those influenced.

“Manchester feels near and dear for us and we realize that individuals in our general vicinity will be awfully influenced by this demonstration of dread. “We dismiss all types of fear mongering and fanaticism and stand together,” he included.

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