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BBC Radio Scotland
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that leaves eight men in custody one of them the older brother of the Bummer Summer Night baby is older brother in custody know what can I tell you about the man that sang cast of the age between 18 and 38a being held suspected of terrorism offences and no one of course has been charged by the Threat level of course that remains at critical no BBC understands that that's partly because of concern of copycat attacks that can happen clots and attempted attacks can happen after biggest acts like this one that has happened there a five fold attacks and the Westminster attack in March but a senior security sources told the BBC that now there is much concerned about the risk of an attack as I was about other individuals trying to copy.
BBC Radio 4
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open this morning he said he's who are involved in he's a terrorist acts in your people they use these things for religions in Iraq Afghanistan as an excuse to United Center something just like this like this excuse absolutely if you just use that there's no reason to change off or on structures that because it that's just propaganda thank you to mention it is just fine right here quite correct that and then be done as an excuse to engage in Ilkley click if I could so we can only go to war with his absolutely always with plants acid loving.
BBC Radio 4
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I will be here for you not just this week but in the weeks and years to come as a trauma will never wholly disappear terrorists and their atrocious acts of cruelty and depravity will never divide us and we'll never prevail The Veteran of the stop the war movement reiterated his long held view that conversation not military action would be key to resolving conflict 5 stroke my political life working for Peace and human rights and to bring an end to conflict and devastating Wars that will.
BBC Radio Wales
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speeches but in videos of small acts of kindness in yesterday Silence of the whole nation pause to remember the people lighting candles and Lane flowers as expressions of light and hope condolence and glow in the dark world times like this people like me or almost expected to speak of forgiveness and reconciliation get the emotions in my heart of anger and despair basic human responses because the events of Monday night cleaver Souls strip down to the rawness of humanity but when the anger subsides and the tears start to dry I wonder if people of all faiths and then will find strength nothing eloquent words but in silence words for Doolittle to cancel the people of Manchester just now yes as we all of the challenges you can overcome the twisted narrative of hatred fear and division the actions of us all as be quiet this.
BBC Radio Ulster
3 days
all of a sudden you feel the Goalposts of been moved too quickly and women who perhaps had preparations made and thought that life would be good all the sudden find themselves in a very difficult position that's better than the fact was that an IT Department for Work and Pensions didn't actually inform people for 17 years after the 1995 act so then a lot of people who wear and forms in 2012 actually had the double whammy of the two pensions acts and M you know what the implementation and the fight scene of information has proven you know this but we were not written to her until 17 years after the 9500 be given timescales stories give a give us figures and finances advice.
BBC Radio Wales
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musical attack on the 13th of November 2015 but there it was a whole group of people who were largely organised who had come back from Syria through Belgium and you know there are a number of people the attacks took place in many places do a coordinated the stadium France in the sidewalk cafes this is a loner maybe the people who helped him but he acts allowed in this reminds us more of what happened in nice with the guy who drove his truck in the crowd celebrating Bastille day or in Berlin at the White House that's ok so you know it's it's a blend of both that's very interesting context and it might lead one to assume that in recent times you refer to Basque language courses November 2015 do you think we are in Broad terms seeing a trend from highly organised cross border operations.
BBC Radio London
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side sorry just tell you see them after ever talk to you that it how much was serious side of things at Islamic scholars and in my arms to condemn these terrorists acts it's totally unacceptable nice lady and the message is out there that those who commit this type of crime will go to hell at the Quran says who so ever killed a person it shall be as though he killed all of Mankind it is as soon as thank you very much I'm listening everyday to your Radio 4 again when I drive home from work says Peter I was impressed with how you dealt with Lynn who's calling with their opinion about Muslims on the Christian myself and my business partner is Muslim at who's the nicest person I know about it it's wrapped my entire life I did a presentation about our work in the mosque and I have been well.
BBC Radio London
4 days
but how you carried out this act were represented a good actors a good person who did your help what did you do what kind acts did you carry out at an umbrella for probability is it's going to be very warm whatever this young man is going very very warm indeed there you go that's it even if the amount and I'm sure they have them pretty sure they have at Theresa May has been speaking to the US president Donald Trump this afternoon and he said she was asking to ensure there are no more intelligent sleeps of information to the press arriving in Brussels before the meeting she spoke to the media we have a special relationship with the USA it is our deepest defence and security partnership but we have of course that partnership is built on trust and Potter backdraft is knowing as intelligent.
BBC Radio Scotland
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in future in not sharing this information if you have a localised attacked with no immediate implications for the country is there any harm and keeping intelligence to yourself until the investigation is over the risk on because normally wear a worldwide enquiry is taking place and this is a worldwide acquiring particularly because of the Libyan connection the sharing of intelligence leads to quicker detection a more complete picture of the activities of those who are involved and a great a prospective prevention of similar acts in the future all that has been undermined by these actions unfortunately and I'm sure that Mrs May the prime minister will have made her views known very firmly to president trump I have a fear that we are court hearing some kind of crossed.
BBC Radio London
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kind of you couldn't stand there is no one was intimate there are different Muslim Communities right and just like different to metres across the country come across criminals a different ways we do have criminals among some it's wanting to do terrible awful things right so individuals you know within our Communities who who act in this way should be pointed out that do I feel like the entire Muslim community needs to apologize for the Acts of the crimble know you're not a minute I feel like what we need to do is look at a house bricks as people that live in this country as individuals that are angry and you don't feel pressured to make text to make it clear that he does not represent you I feel it important to make sure that he does not represent all in anyway come across as someone that represent the community at large because I don't think anybody.
BBC Radio 4
4 days
huge political acts about the most recent piece of legislation you know around the sharing of data and how long it took the politicians in Parliament to reconcile themselves to this and actually get it screws legislation it'll find me Len hey stop that this was an individual who apparently talked about wanting to be a suicide bomber and number of years ago and his father is that was a member of a band terrorist people have very first impressions about what is a reality of that is fine you've got all that information what are you going to do with it you can arrest somebody if you've not got the evidence you are not going to get them convicted you're not going to get them under control I'm a.
BBC Radio Ulster
4 days
he was physically superior to at the forefront was Paul Pogba who enjoy a stroke of luck as his shot was deflected in for the 18th minute opening goal and when henrikh Mkhitaryan double the lead shortly after halftime by hooking the ball in in the six yard box there was no way back for a acts as United completed the collection of the games major trophies and Paul Pogba dedicated the wind to the victims of Monday night terror attack the thoughts no of midfielder ander Herrera we were devastated we were really really sad the money at all those that the only thing we could do is doing this for them and that's what we've done is yes a football game is your surname a trophy that if we can help with this is 1% in office.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
into European football it was absolutely unique and know that it can give credit to go down but the wrong way off thank you very much indeed for joining us this Morning always great to hear from Archie MacPherson especially on on a day like today when we look back at not just testing for Scottish football but you did the Scottish sport history made last night by Manchester United the back in the winners enclosure of European football to watch for ladies stretches for yes to the other acts by 2 goals to nil securing United the Europa League they become only be set aside in history to win the the full.
BBC Radio Wales
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and gig goers observe a minutes silence to commemorate those who were killed at Monday's Ariana Grande concert the Silent so we followed by what the organisers promise will be a minutes noise that's some pig musical events schedule for the next few days Iron Maiden's world tour rolled into Cardiff last night's we discussed yesterday that UB40 play at the racecourse in Wrexham tomorrow and Wells musician John Cale is one of the headline acts at Liverpool Sound City festival which gets underway this evening or whether it feels right to continue playing take That You performed at Manchester Arena has recently a Saturday understandably decided to postpone their shows in Liverpool and Manchester this week blondie have also postpone 2 gig in London and other tools of continued Simple Minds played at Manchester Bridgewater Hall on the night after the attacks lead singer Jim Kerr said the band have been face with.
BBC Radio Ulster
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by hook in the Boleyn in the six yard box there was no way back for a acts as United completed that collection of the games major trophies and the radio says united players put a wall in front of their eyes and just focused on a football matches they won the trophy less than 48 hours after 22 people were killed in Manchester tried to forget the vans that are obviously much more important in our job but the world goes on doesn't stop if we could we could change the people's life for this come immediately you wouldn't think twice does that makes the City of Manchester little bit happier maybe that you just come to do to do our job Stoke City goalkeeper Jack butland is expected to be named in the England squad leader for the World Cup qualifier against Scotland and the friendly.
BBC Radio Scotland
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Alan cost costs of Acts of terror know I left turn to the back pages and see what's making the headlines stephill 50 years ago today Haley something rather remarkable haven't I'm sure you know about it because the back pages and the front page of foot put it seems like an eternity 7 the last week have been focusing on the Lisbon lions have been there issue in special souvenirs a pull-up far be it from me to suggest that we've got to a point for that got a little too far but on the front page of the Herald pull out and I'll be there the back page of the daily mail Rogers is the modern-day steam says Peter lol well the chief executive of Celtic the back page Daily Mail when you Steve Rogers the Celtics modern version of jock steam so slow.
BBC Radio Wales
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Paul Hawkins with you coming up this hour the latest in the UK following Monday's terror attack Joe's got the sports all the details of a very emotional night for Manchester United as they lifted the Europa Europa Europa League trophy a beating I acts of Amsterdam 2-0 both clubs in Manchester Manchester City and Manchester United coming together so there solidarity after the level the details also talked about dropping out of university or school did it harm your chances of success in your career if it happened to you didn't do Mark Zuckerberg the founder of Facebook any harm you due to return the Harvard University to give a speech speech latest avenger member if you have any comments you like the show me the program I tell us about your experiences of dropping out of uni the number for your comments is + 44.
BBC Radio London
5 days
Fugees III for ever heard it compared to immigration and he's a people are in danger of losing their life full coming here seeking that help from this country his parents were given such help and I think it will be seen as though he has repaid this country are in an awful awful way at Marie Amelie moving on because I want to work just look at the slightly more positive side of what happened you know you can look at this one person at committing this heinous act but you've got a look at some of the acts of kindness I mean of mention them as many times as I can and in the wake of the horrendous attack in Manchester at Communities rally round ready brando's who were involved at last night sounds of people gathered at a vigil of Manchester Square End at houses of pounds of also been raised for Chris Parker.
BBC Radio London
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cystic for white people are inherently racist as senior Nazis are white he will let Leonie Muslims when discussing terrorism alienate black people when discussing crime and alienate white people when discussing race hate crimes race a crowd excuse me or terrorist acts on you want social problems and require contributions from all of us the way forward is tough application of existing laws example Damon Smith should have been charged with terrorist offences not perpetrating a hoax P.S I disagree with the colonel advocating ignoring the rule of law with all due respect he's not a lawyer without even military law has strict Rules of Engagement and I think the thing is that we are searching is the government know I am pretty.
BBC Radio London
5 days
is Exeter I think it meant for the people who are suffering from those perpetrating those eggs at that I don't know but I know that if you see something if you hear something and you see a picture it becomes much more emotional and it is different it is different when I see my little children's scrambling over cheers screaming trying to escape when you read the reports of people who are bolts and nuts coming out of them lying on the floor not Known with their parents or when parents can't find their children when you're following on Facebook on Snapchat on Twitter when you hear reports about people random acts of kindness and beauty people going to but it's different it's different I get that I understand and sadly we talk about all the stories that you've talked about everyday.
BBC Radio London
5 days
not going down the name today I was it around on the DLR and tube of chatting to people are just said people waiting I talked to them about it and I said I did mention I was going to be on your way to a shower and I said I could do you play me that ass and actually have a few people people strangers on the Tube I met said no we don't we we are scared but she understands you know you would be as good as we are we are angry but no we do not blame you so I think that idea that some harm that the public is baby with them but she erroneous I think of some people of print my be doing it but the majority of the London public when you talk to them but you loads do it all in it together the other people who do these acts like in Manchester they don't go there to kill more Muslims or whatever they actually want to kill it's the month of March let's get let's go to one of those people in.
BBC Radio London
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Palmerston Boston Medical Centre today they don't mean Boston Lincolnshire time in Boston in America it's been a fantastic response all the way around spokesman for Didsbury Mosque were members of Salman a baby's family worship as condemns the bowling fancy her father said the local Muslim community head face the backlash since the attack ranging from verbal abuse to acts of criminal damage act of cowardice has no place in our religion or any other religions for that matter we encourage anyone who may have information about the individual involved.
BBC Radio London
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before the Europa League Final between Manchester United and I acts in Stockholm this evening or in the Manchester terror attack the form United midfielder Phil Neville says the final is going to be particularly hard for players like Marcus rashford and Jesse Lingard to grow up in Manchester they will find it difficult but there's no question about it because of what would be probably biggest games of their careers and all of a sudden it just doesn't feel important that's how I feel today this match tonight that I thought one week ago or in 3 days ago was life or death of Josie Mourinho for Manchester United everything hinges on this season actually it's a game of football between 22 players and actually should just be enjoyed rather than you'll no be having what I witnessed on Monday night the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says they won't be putting any special security measures in place for this Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley finger also says Arsenal solidarity and compassion is completely.