Manchester bombing: Victim's brother hails 'genuinely Mancunian' response to ...

Dan Hett, 31, lost his 29-year-old brother Martyn in last Monday’s horrific terror attack but says the city’s response has helped him deal with the loss.

Speaking to the Guardian, Mr Hett said: "I'm not a hugging person, but I have hugged every possible subset of human in the city.

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@[email protected]Dan Hett (L), wearing a t-shirt in honour of his brother, has praised Manchester's response

"I've hugged a biker who literally had me off my feet.

"Yesterday morning I was in Sainsbury's with my youngest son, feeding him crisps, and an old lady stopped us and gave us both a cuddle.

"I know that whenever something like this happens people get very sentimental about their cities. And again it's descending into cliche a little, but the reaction does really feel genuinely Mancunian.

Thu, May 25, 2017 At least 22 people have died, with more than 60 injured
Sorrell Leczkowski, a 14-year-old schoolgirl from Leeds

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Sorrell Leczkowski, a 14-year-old schoolgirl from Leeds

I'm not a hugging person, but I have hugged every possible subset of human in the city

Dan Hett

"Everyone has been part of it, regardless of whether you're a dirty metalhead or a flamboyant pop fan."

He added he was frustrated by people using the attack to drive arguments about immigration.

Mr Hett, who is half-Turkish, said: "A UK-born terrorist took out, among many other people, my UK-born Turkish brother -

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