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>> It was the country's deadliest attack in 12 years, a suicide blast tearing through crowds after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester leaving 22 including children dead. Now Britain raising its security threat level to its highest from severe to critical, deploying soldiers to both the key locations like Westminster where a British born man plowed a car through pedestrians on the bridge in March.
Buckingham palace, Downing street, and embassies, as well as public concerts, all sports events across the country up to 3,800 soldiers could be deployed to bolster Britain's streets freeing up police officers to carry out patrols and investigations. A critical threat level means an attack is expected imminently as police try to hunt down or rule out any possible associates of the Manchester suicide bomber.
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement, but there appear to be contradictions in its account of the operation. Police naming 22 year old, British born Salman Abedi, as the man behind the suicide bomb. Prime Minister Theresa May saying on Tuesday that the possibility of accomplices looks increasingly likely.
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