Prime Minister Theresa may on Tuesday, 23 may, announced the raising of the terrorist threat in the country to the maximum, which means the immediate threat of a terrorist attack, reports the news service of the BBC.
According to Mei, we cannot exclude the possibility that in the UK there is a whole group of people involved in the terrorist attack in Manchester.
Patrolling the streets of British cities now join the army, said the Prime Minister.
Late in the evening of 22 may in the hall of the Manchester Arena, which hosted the concert of American pop singer Ariana Grande, a suicide bomber activated an explosive device. The attack killed at least 22 people, and about 60 people were injured.
As the head of police of the County of greater Manchester, Ian Hopkins, the attack was committed a 22-year-old Salman, Abadi.
According to the newspaper the Telegraph, the terrorist was born in 1994 in Manchester in a family of immigrants from Libya. His parents came to the UK in 1980-ies, fleeing from the Gaddafi regime.
Earlier it became known that the police searched a house near the residence of Salman and possibly detained his 23-year-old brother Ismail, Abadi.