10 Tweets To Start Your Day: Wednesday 24th of May

Monuments around the world pay tribute to the victims of Manchester, Theresa May raises the UK threat level to critical and Melania denies another handhold.


Theresa May last night said the government had raised the threat level from severe to critical for the first time since July 2007. This elevation means ?not only that an attack remains highly likely but a further attack may be imminent?. Soldiers will be immediately deployed to Britain's streets to support the police. In an operation codenamed Temperer, military officials will patrol key sites and public events.

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Yesterday the former CEO of Anglo Irish Bank, Sean Fitzpatrick was acquitted on all charges.

Landmarks and monuments from around the world are paying tribute to the victims and the United Kingdom following the attack in Manchester.

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Melania has denied another hand-hold.

Ghost, a wolf George RR Martin named in a New Mexico sanctuary has passed away. Not Ghost, the direwolf in Game of Thrones, who lives in Canada and is called Quigley.

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President Trump visited Israel's Holocaust memorial and people are comparing the note he made in the guestbook with the note left by Barack Obama.

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