United Kingdom terror threat level downgraded from critical to severe
Sep 17 2017 by Desiree Burns
The Home Secretary said the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC), which determines the terror threat level, had decided that "sufficient progress" has been made in the Parsons Green investigation to lower the threat. "This means an attack is no longer thought to be imminent but is still highly likely".
Officials raised the total number of people injured Friday by the partial detonation of a bomb on the subway train and the stampede that followed to 30.
"The joint terrorist analysis centre, which reviews the threat level that the United Kingdom is under, has made a decision to lower that level from critical to severe".
Just one person is being treated at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, which has a specialist burns unit.
Police are continuing to search a house in Sunbury-on-Thames in Surrey.
But on Sunday, Ms Rudd announced it was being downgraded.
He reportedly "froze" as he was surrounded by cops at 7.50am yesterday after being tracked by facial recognition technology following the London Tube attack that injured 30.
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Police had earlier searched a house in Sunbury believed to be linked to the first suspect, who was arrested at the Dover ferry port.
The entire road was evacuated on Saturday while the initial investigations at the property were underway.
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British Home Secretary Amber Rudd dismissed US President Donald Trump's tweets in the wake of Friday's terrorist attack in London as "pure speculation".
Two men, aged 18 and 21, have been arrested in connection to Friday's bombing.
Close friends say the couple had a problematic foster child who they claim was arrested two weeks ago over an unrelated incident.
On Sunday, Scotland Yard said that a 21-year-old man had been arrested in Hounslow, south-west London, shortly before midnight.