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Image caption Neighbours have rallied in support of Alex Hancock (not pictured) by flying rainbow flags on their street. A group of neighbours are flying rainbow flags in their street in support of a victim of homophobic abuse. Two men verbally abused and threatened to kill Alex Hancock after he hung the pride flag at his home in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, on Monday. A day before Manchester's Pride festival begins, neighbours along his street are now showing their support. Neighbour Paul Klieman said communities must "stand up in the face of hate". Image caption Rainbow flags decked the surrounding streets. The rainbow flag is the most well-known symbol for the LGBT community and wil... Full story

22 August

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