Director General of MI5 Andrew Parker delivers a speech in central London, on the security threat facing Britain October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau/Pool
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MPs investigating Britain's 2017 terror attacks said Thursday that the MI5 security service missed key opportunities to stop the Manchester Arena bomber.Thirty-six people were killed in total in the attacks.Abedi also visited an extremist contact in prison on more than one occasion but no follow-up action was taken by either MI5 or the police.Responding to the report, U.K. counter-terrorism police said they would study the report's findings "carefully".The committee found 12 "cross-cutting issues" which played a part in at least two attacks.
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