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Armed police to guard bank holiday events

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More than 1,000 armed police will be out in force this bank holiday weekend to patrol hundreds of events across the country.

UK Govt 'was warned about British extremists'

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Experienced fighters who volunteered to battle against dictators say they have been warning the British government about the dangers that young men radicalised in combat posed to national security.

Ariana Grande will return to Manchester

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Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester to hold a benefit gig for victims of the suicide bombing at her concert.

Labour seeks back of the net with voters

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Jeremy Corbyn - left-winger and lifelong red - will warm up for supporting Arsenal against Chelsea in the FA Cup Final by demanding more TV money for grassroots football.

Top Stories in last day

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Social media would have 'put a stop' to Sex Pistols

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It is four decades since the Sex Pistols brought out their anti-establishment anthem God Save The Queen - the ultimate publicity stunt and an unforgettable moment in music history.

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Elderly couple found murdered in their home

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An elderly couple have been stabbed to death in their home in Northern Ireland.

Single parents pay more for family holidays

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Single parent families could be paying significantly more per person to go on holiday than a two adult family.

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'Chemical smell' at flat where bomber stayed

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The friend of a man who rented a flat to Salman Abedi has told Sky News there was a "chemical smell" after the Manchester Arena bomber left.

Manchester paramedic: Real heroes still in hospital

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One of the first paramedics to attend the Manchester bombing has insisted the "real heroes are still laying in hospital".

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'Significant arrests' in bomber investigation

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Two more men have been arrested overnight in connection with the Manchester bombing.

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Terror victim's mum: 'He'd love the attention'

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The mother of one of the Manchester terror victims has claimed her son would think "he's finally made it to stardom".

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Cliff settles case with police over home raid

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South Yorkshire Police have paid substantial damages to Sir Cliff Richard, who sued the force and the BBC after he was named in reports as a suspected sex offender.

Anger as Corbyn links foreign policy to terror

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Jeremy Corbyn has faced a barrage of criticism after he used the resumption of campaigning in the wake of the Manchester bombing to blame UK foreign policy for terror attacks.

FTSE 100 hits new high as pound struggles

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The FTSE 100 rose to new highs on Friday, surpassing its previous intraday record in morning trading before advancing even further.

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Raided barbershop 'shut down day after bombing'

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Police have raided businesses and homes as they race to shut down Salman Abedi's suspected terror network.

Britain basks in 29C highs - but for how long?

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Hopes of glorious bank holiday weather are set to be dashed as forecasters predict falling temperatures and a risk of thunderstorms.

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Gallagher to give gig profits to attack victims

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Liam Gallagher has said he will donate profits from his Manchester gig to the families of victims of the terror attack on the city.

Man smiles as he is jailed for Tube bomb plot

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An autistic man who planted a home-made bomb on a busy Tube train smiled in the dock as he was jailed for 15 years.

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Parties 'not being honest' on likely tax rises

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Neither of the two main political parties are "being really honest with the public" over their tax and spending plans, a think-tank has warned.

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Mystery as police investigate abandoned SOS

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Police are trying to solve the mystery of who made an SOS out of rocks in a remote part of Western Australia.

Friday, May 26

Armed police on trains as terror hunt steps up

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Police are continuing to carry out raids in a race to disrupt a potential terror cell linked to the Manchester bomber.

Thursday, May 25

Corbyn blames foreign policy for UK terrorism

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Jeremy Corbyn has made a controversial return to election campaigning after the Manchester bomb attack with a speech blaming UK foreign policy for terrorism at home.

Hospitals on alert for possible new attack

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All 27 major trauma centres in England have been told to prepare staff for a potential terrorist attack ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend.

Queen condemns 'very wicked' concert attack

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The Queen has described the bombing in Manchester as "very wicked" as she visited victims being treated in hospital.

'Very important' items found in bomb probe

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"Very important" items have been found in property searches after the Manchester attack and "significant" arrests have been made, say police.

Wednesday, May 24

Manchester bomber linked to key UK IS recruiter

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Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi had links to an Islamic State cell which operated in the city, and knew one of the terror group's most prolific recruiters, Sky News can reveal.

Manchester bomber 'part of terror network'

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Police say they are investigating a terror network linked to the Manchester bomber, as hundreds of soldiers are deployed to UK streets to help guard against the threat of another attack.

Who was Manchester bomber Salman Abedi?

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In the hours that followed the Manchester attack, details started to emerge of the suicide bomber who decided to pack a bomb with nails, nuts and bolts to detonate in a crowd of children.

Tuesday, May 23

UK threat level raised to 'critical' after attack

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The UK terror threat level has been raised from severe to critical - the highest possible - after the Manchester Arena bombing.

Manchester bomber named by police

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The Manchester suicide bomber has been named by police as 22-year-old Salman Abedi.

Olivia Campbell, 15, among Manchester victims

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Teenager Olivia Campbell has been named as one of the victims of Monday's suicide attack in Manchester.

Children among dead in concert terror attack

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Police say a lone male attacker carrying an improvised explosive device was responsible for a bombing at Manchester Arena.

Monday, May 22

I've never seen the PM so visibly rattled

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As the media took their seats in the small village hall in Gresford, the whispers started.

Conservative climbdown over 'dementia tax'

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The Prime Minister has climbed down on her social care reform after an angry backlash over the so-called "dementia tax".

Trump and Netanyahu hail 'chance for peace'

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Benjamin Netanyahu has said "for the first time in my lifetime, I see a real hope for change" after his meeting with Donald Trump.

Political parties vying for first-time voters

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Politicians keep telling us that this is a crucial election, but will that make young voters turn out?