Manchester divided – 100 days on from the Arena Bombing

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Making Manchester my home was an easy decision – it’s an open, free and culturally enriched city, packed with history, social change and a load of different races and religions.

But when the Arena bomb hit on May 22, it left a massive wound in the heart of the inclusive society I had loved.

With increasing animosity towards Muslims following the deaths of the 22 – at the hands of Salman Abedi – I spoke to people in Manchester who have seen the change for the New Statesman.

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