Armed and unarmed officers have been deployed on British railways on 26 May, after the suicide bombing attack in Manchester that killed 22 people. Police will patrol major stations and trains across the country today to reassure the public, as the threat level in the U.K. remains at Critica.
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Burnham paid tribute to the people of Manchester for pulling together in the days after the suicide bombing at Manchester Arena that left 22 dead. The former shadow home secretary also attacked intelligence leaks by US officials which have led to photos appearing to show parts of the bomb being published by American media outlets.
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