I5 reveals there are 23,000 terror suspects as Met Police boss says a ‘large part’ of Manchester bomber’s network have been rounded up so Britons should ‘go out and enjoy yourselves’
Armed police patrol Scarborough’s South Bay Beach as law enforcement step up their visible
- Hundreds of armed officers will patrol major sporting events this weekend
- The FA Cup final, premiership rugby final and Hay literary festival are among the events where security has been dramatically reviewed
- Police marksmen are being send to theme parks, beaches and resorts as well
- Senior officers say the key players are in custody, but more arrests could come
Britain faces an unprecedented bank holiday terror lockdown.
Amid fears that members of the Manchester bomb cell are on the loose, hundreds of armed officers will patrol major sporting, cultural and even community occasions.
Security at more than 1,300 events this weekend – including the FA cup final, premiership rugby final and Hay literary festival – has been dramatically reviewed.