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Campaigning for Britain's national election resumed in earnest Friday with the country on high alert for further attacks after a suicide bombing killed 22 people in Manchester. After the deadliest attack in Britain since July 2005, a new poll indicated that Labour had closed to five points behind Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party, with police budgets and foreign policy emerging as key campaign issues.Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the threat level remained at its highest level, "critical," meaning an attack is expected imminently.In a speech in London, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Britain's involvement in foreign wars had increased the threat of terrorism.Opponents accused Corbyn of politicizing the Manchester attack.However, with almost 20,000 fewer police than when the Conservatives came to power in 2010, concern about police cuts is likely to become a major issue in campaigning.
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