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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 Manchester Bomb Should've Been Exploded on ABC’s Q&A, Quadrant's Roger Franklin Says
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'ABC demands removal of article after Roger Franklin says ‘if there had been a shred of justice that blast would have detonated in an Ultimo TV studio’ on Monday,

'The online editor of conservative publication Quadrant has said it would have been preferable for the Manchester bomb to be exploded in the ABC’s Q&A studios on Monday night, blowing up host Tony Jones and the panellists.'

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