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Bristol teen at front row of concert attacked by suicide bomber describes ‘sheer panic’ after blast – Bristol Post


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Bristol teen at front row of concert attacked by suicide bomber describes ‘sheer panic’ after blast
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An 18-year-old from Bristol who was in the front row of a concert attacked by a suicide bomber has described the panic following the blast. Calvin Welsford said he was helped to safety by singer Ariana Grande’s security staff following the explosion at
Manchester terror attack: Bristol airport reassures passengers after outrageSomerset Live

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Why Bristol election candidate described Manchester Arena bombing as ‘a great success’ – Bristol Post


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Why Bristol election candidate described Manchester Arena bombing as ‘a great success’
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Enter your postcode to see news and information near you Community updates, Crime Statistics, Local News & Events and much more… Emergency services at Manchester Arena. Share; Comments. A candidate in the general election in Bristol has called the …

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Bristol Muslim leader condemns ‘disgusting’ Manchester attack – Bristol Post


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Bristol Muslim leader condemns ‘disgusting’ Manchester attack
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Muslims in Bristol have condemned the ‘absolutely disgusting attack on innocent people’ at the Manchester Arena, and called for the ‘evil’ people behind the attacks to be brought to justice. With the death toll at 22 and police in Manchester confirming
Thousands gather at emotional Manchester terror attack vigils across Britain as city declares it’s not ‘beaten’ or …Mirror.co.uk

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Mayor Marvin Rees urges people of Bristol to be alert but act calmly after Manchester attack – Bristol Post


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Mayor Marvin Rees urges people of Bristol to be alert but act calmly after Manchester attack
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The Mayor of Bristol has reminded Bristolians to remain ‘alert’ following a terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday. Marvin Rees has taken the decision to lower flags at Bristol City Hall as a tribute following the horrific attack which killed 22

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It’s going to be 26 degrees in Bristol this Bank Holiday weekend according to forecasters – Bristol Post


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It’s going to be 26 degrees in Bristol this Bank Holiday weekend according to forecasters
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Finally, Bristolians can swap their umbrellas for sun cream this week as we’re set to get the best weather of the year, including soaring temperatures. Met Office experts have predicted uninterrupted warm, dry and sunny weather in Bristol with the
Fatal collision on B4057 in Bristol under investigationAvon and Somerset Constabulary

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‘We can’t trust Bristol City Council anymore’ – Why Vegfest is leaving Bristol after 15 years – Bristol Post


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‘We can’t trust Bristol City Council anymore’ – Why Vegfest is leaving Bristol after 15 years
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Organisers of Vegfest say a 200 per cent increase in rent charged by Bristol City Council has caused them to leave the city. The shock announcement that this year’s event would be the last on the Harbourside was made on stage on Sunday by Vegfest UK …

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Thomson Airways flight to Bristol Airport forced to turn back to US after ‘two crew members become sick’ – Bristol Post


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Thomson Airways flight to Bristol Airport forced to turn back to US after ‘two crew members become sick’
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A Thomson Airways flight from the US to Bristol was forced to turn back and land after two crew members on board became ill. The flight from Orlando in Florida, which takes around nine hours, was due to land at Bristol Airport at 6am today but instead
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