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And we have really kind of, as the British public and as the west in general, really kind of lulled ourself into this false belief that it is their job to stop everything and we can't have 100% security. I think one of the main thins.
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arrests we have seen since the attack, give us an idea of the challenges the Security Services and police officers will be facing on a day-to-day basis. Well I think one of the main things that we have to realise is that our police and our Security Services can't do it all
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TasnimBased on an agreement with Saudi Arabia, as many as 86,500 Iranian pilgrims will travel to the kingdom during this year’s Hajj season, an official announced. Head of Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Hamid Mohammadi said on Friday that Iranian pilgrims will travel to Saudi Arabia in 600 convoys. He said Saudi officials have undertaken to ensure the security of Iranian pilgrims during the annual Hajj season. Mohammadi also noted that all Iranian travelers will be kitted up with homegrown electronic bracelets that would work as ID cards and contain their personal information. The wearable device is paired with a mobile application, helping the pilgrims to find their convoys in case of getting lost, he explained. Mohammadi had announced earlier that Iran is the first country equipping its pilgrims with electronic bracelets with extensive features.
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and Security Services do. They're still in the process of wrapping up all of these people. We have seen now quite a few arrests. We have seen them really working to get everyone who may have been involved in this plot to attack
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higher security. We've assessed it. We've got a considerable amount of officers. You have seen it yourself, the public have seen it, both armed and unarmed, and that's enabled us to make sure that this can go ahead. The police investigation is broadening. Overnight there were more raids and arrests.
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of course the more broader security picture both domestically and internationally. The Prime Minister flew home early from a meeting of G7 leaders, which she was attending in Sicily in recent days. At that meeting she would have been discussing among other issues..
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security and her leadership of the country in these times is something which is relevant and important to the election. She wants 8th June to be a question of her against Jeremy Corbyn. She has raised consistently the question of whether or not he is fit to be leader in that speech he.
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would automatically enhance your security procedures and the numbers of staff at events. It means an attack is imminent. However, at this moment in time there is no intelligence to.
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saying that they are reassured by the extra security measures. They are very understanding of additional search procedures as well, which may be time consuming for fans attending events. Again, in the main, people saying this is great, it makes us feel secure. Allow some extra time to get in. Certainly. Don't.
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It is most like an onion with the event and the public at the heart of it, protected by layer upon layer of security. It is a difficult balance. If there is too much visible of extra security, that can worry? I think it can. What we are seeing on social media is people.
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coming up this week. There were recommendations at enhanced levels. Deployment of recommendations at enhanced levels. Deployment of national Security Adviser is to events as well. I am quietly confident this week is incredibly safe for anyone wants to enjoy themselves. What will ordinary members of the public see that.
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Across Manchester, there are signs that things are getting back to normal. Events like this one, planned before the attack, are still going ahead, albeit with inevitably higher security. We've assessed it. We've got a considerable amount of officers
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of other events. The operation in Manchester may be making good progress, according to counter-terrorism detectives, but the threat level remains at its highest. As well as Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull, extra security will be in force at the FA Cup final.