At a talk held by the Manchester Civic Society at the historic Britain’s Protection pub, Mr Woolfe said he felt the country had “failed to keep innovating and this meant we had planned to fail”.
The tour included visiting the Town Hall as well as admiring the new developments in the town and inclusivity was a heavy theme throughout the visit.
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Steven Woolfe, the migration and financial affairs spokesman for Nigel Farage’s party, said that current leaders were scared of change in the region and needed to rethink their relationship with Manchester.
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