Written by Staff Writer
12 Nov, 2013 | 12:15 pm
A misprinted Union Flag which was flown in Manchester on Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day has been removed.
Manchester City Council has apologised for the blunder which saw the flag flying over the city’s Central Library, close to its Cenotaph.
It had been ordered in time for the service in St Peter’s Square on Sunday.
A council statement said: “This was clearly a mistake and we apologise. The misprinted flag will be replaced.”
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