Figure revealed in report commissioned by region’s mayor, Andy Burnham, in aftermath of Manchester Arena bomb

Two-thirds of Greater Manchester residents have experienced hateful behaviour on the grounds of characteristics like race, religion and gender, according to a report commissioned in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena bomb.

The report, commissioned by the region’s mayor, Andy Burnham, after the attack on the Ariana Grande concert last year, asked an independent group of experts to consider how to tackle hateful extremism, social exclusion and radicalisation across Greater Manchester.

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