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23 May 2017, 20:08 | Updated: 23 May 2017, 20:21
Nigel Farage believes terrorism has reached a new low in the wake of the Manchester bombing which claimed the lives of 22.
An eight-year-old girl was among the many killed after a man blew himself up shortly after popstar Ariana Grande’s concert concluded.
A further 59 were injured in the barbaric blast, described by Theresa May as “callous”.
Speaking on his nightly LBC show, Nigel paused to reflect on the shocking events that had unfolded over the past 24 hours.
Speaking about the mood of the country, the LBC presenter explained how people were not only very upset and shocked, they were also angry too.
He said: “The fact that 22 people have been killed, including children, is something I feel is truly shocking.
“It has been condemned by all political leaders and all religious leaders. I have to say for my own part, I think that perhaps we’ve reached a new low in the targeting of young girls at a concert.”