Some members of the terror network, whose activities led to Monday’s deadly attack in Manchester are still potentially at large, says the British interior minister.
Amber Rudd made the comments on Sunday as a 25-year-old was arrested in connection to Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi in the Old Trafford area.
According to Greater Manchester Police, the 22-year-old, Briton born to Libyan parents, probably assembled his bomb in an apartment in the city center.
Police released a photo, showing Abedi before the Monday attack at an Ariana Grande concert in the Manchester Arena.
“We won’t shy away from finding out what else we can do to keep people safe. I mean the budget has already gone up significantly. We’re recruiting 1,900 people for MI5, but you know we will look at this in a way to learn from it, to make sure that we keep people safe going forward. So if there is a need for more recruitment or more security or more armed vehicles, which we…