The city of Manchester has come together, vowing not to be divided in the wake of yesterday's deadly terror attack.
A vigil has been held in the city's Albert Square to remember the 22 victims killed, and the 59 others injured.
Manchester Lord Mayor Carl Austin-Behan says the community will not be defeated.
"We will defy the terrorists by all our diverse communities working together cohesively, and with mutual respect," he said.
Meanwhile Manchester police have arrested a 23 year old man in connection to the attack.
There are early reports suggesting he is the brother of the suicide bomber, who has been named overnight as Salman Abedi.
The 22 year old was born in Manchester, and reportedly worked at the local fish and chip shop.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has annouced the terror threat level in the country has been increased to 'critical'.
Ms May says there is concern of another attack.
"This means that their assessment is not only that an attack remains highly likely, but that a further attack may be imminent," she said.