Terror Attack

On 22 May 2017, a suicide bomber detonated themselves outside the Manchester Arena as teenagers, and mothers with their children, left an Ariana Grande concert.

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How to stay safe in the event of a terrorist attack abroad

Counter terrorism police have released a new video aimed at holidaymakers

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Father of youngest Manchester Arena victim pays touching tribute

“Saffie would love her pictures to be on TV”

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JK Rowling asks all the right questions about Finsbury Park attack

The Harry Potter author has challenged the likes of Nigel Farage and Katie Hopkins

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Where to buy Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester charity jumper

All profits go to the Red Cross We Love Manchester Emergency Fund

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People honour London Bridge attack victim with charity donations

Money is being sent to food banks and shelters in Chrissy Archibald's name

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Read emotional tributes from last night's One Love Manchester concert

"The love and unity you are displaying is the medicine the world needs right now."

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Manchester nurses send love and pizza to London NHS after attack

Feeling the love

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“She could walk into any Greggs and get a steak bake on the house”

Twitter responds to One Love Manchester

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Amy Swales
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London terror victim’s mum emotionally pays tribute to the Met Police

“I am so grateful”

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Kayleigh Dray
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People

Piers Morgan apologises to Ariana Grande over Manchester attack tweets

“I misjudged you… and I apologise”

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

Twitter responds to terror threat level the only way it knows how

#BritishThreatLevels showcases the self-deprecating humour we Brits seem to love

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Amy Swales
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Homeless man who helped injured in Manchester attack offered rent

“He’s helped a lot of people, if I can help him, that’s really it.”

People

Bataclan survivor offers words of hope to Manchester attack witnesses

“I want to tell you something that may seem hard to believe right now: it gets better.”

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Amy Swales
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People

People share messages of defiance after Manchester terror attack

“Don't be afraid. Dance until you're dizzy”

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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The Royal Family thank people of Manchester following terror attack

“I would like to express my admiration for the way the people of Manchester have responded”

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Amy Swales
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Life

Manchester attack: how you can help

The ways you can support the victims, survivors and investigation

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Amy Swales
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The entertainment world reacts to the Manchester terror attack

Tributes have poured in from stars across the globe following the tragedy

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Manchester attack: the woman who heroically protected over 50 children

Paula Robinson has been praised for her heroism on social media

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Kayleigh Dray
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Manchester Arena blast: at least 22 dead and more than 50 injured

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has called it a “barbaric attack, deliberately targeting some of the most vulnerable in our society”