london - Britain has lowered the threat level Saturday after the massive deployment of police and military since last Monday's suicide bombing. That said Prime Minister Theresa May after a crisis conference. 'The country will stay vigilant,' she said.
The threat level was raised this week to the maximum after bomb attack at a pop concert. That was for the first time in eleven years. The government took account of a new terrorist attack.
The lower threat level means that the probability of an attack is still likely. As a result of the lower threat level, the military who assisted the police will be withdrawn from Monday's streets.
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So far, the investigation has already been thirteen people arrested in connection with the terrorist act. Two of them were set free without imprisonment.