Security and safety measures in response to bombing

The security forces are reviewing public safety and issuing advice to the public in the South after the bombing at Manchester Arena last night.

People are being advised to go about their ordinary lives, but at the same time to be on alert and to report any suspicious incidents.

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Condolences shared after pop concert bombing - Security reviews underway at South's venues

The emergency services have been at the Manchester venue since the bombing

Candles have been lit and prayers have been said as the South came together today to show its support for those killed and injured in the Manchester Arena terror attack.

Twenty-two people including children are now known to have lost their lives, dozens more were injured when the bomb blast ripped through the foyer of the building - after an Ariana Grande concert.

Greater security measures are being put in place right across the country, with extra police now being deployed in many of our town and cities. There are also some real security implications for shopping centres, sports stadiums, tourist attractions and music venues. Richard Jones has our report.

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