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We are grieving today but we are strong - Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

June 21 2018, 06:45 | Jonathan Williams

We are grieving today but we are strong - Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

We are grieving today but we are strong - Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham

Labour's newly elected Greater Manchester mayor spoke just hours after the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert at the 21,000-seat Manchester Arena. The lone attacker died in the explosion from what is said to be a home-made bomb.

Andy Burnham, the Greater Manchester metro mayor, responded to the terror attack by saying the city would do what it could to carry on as usual this morning.

"I am aware of concerns from firefighters about the speed of the response to the terror attack at the Manchester Arena on Monday night", Mr Burnham said. There is nothing fearless about attacking young and vulnerable at a concert."Reacting to back-to-back terror attacks, Dasgupta said from London, "This is the second attack in recent months but one of the many round the globe that have been targeting vulnerable people - The Pulse attack in United States of America, the UK parliament attack and the assassination MP Jo Cox a year ago - which London mayor Sadiq Khan pointed as: "Those who want to destroy our way of life and divide us will never succeed'".

"We have to put our arms around them and support them, not just today but in all the very hard days to come because a trauma like this doesn't go in a day or two - it's there with them for the rest of their lives".

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"Even in the minutes after the attack, they opened their doors to strangers and drove them away from danger", he said.

Lucy Powell, Manchester Central's Labour candidate and the MP before the election, said the city would "come together and unite in solidarity".

In a tweet announcing the event, Mayor Burnham said: "Please join us for a vigil at Albert Square at 6pm tonight". It is right also that all campaigning has been stopped in the British General Election by all parties contesting the election.

"I would like to pay tribute to the bravery and dedication of the emergency services".

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