Justin Davenport, Benedict Moore-Bridger, Martin Bentham — Evening Standard May 23, 2017
The suicide bomber who killed 22 people, including children, at an Ariana Grande pop concert in Manchester was known to security services but they did not believe he posed an immediate threat, sources said today.
About 59 people were injured when the terrorist detonated an improvised explosive device in a foyer packed with fans and families at the Manchester Arena last night.
Police said the atrocity was carried out by a lone male bomber, who died at the scene. He is not included in the death toll.