Couple who helped needy kids drawn into United Kingdom bomb probe

Police searched the house of a 21-year-old man in Stanwell Surrey after he had been arrested in Hounslow

Police searched the house of a 21-year-old man in Stanwell Surrey after he had been arrested in Hounslow

Interior Minister Amber Rudd said the second arrest showed it was not a lone-wolf attack but there was no evidence ISIS was involved.

"The Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, which reviews the threat level that the United Kingdom is under, has chose to lower that level from critical to severe", Home Secretary Amber Rudd said. They also earlier searched a property in Sunbury in relation to the first arrest.

Haley, in an interview that aired Sunday on ABC's "This Week", said the president had not meant to hinder British authorities in their response to the bombing by seemingly disclosing that an attacker or attackers had previously come to the attention of the Metropolitan Police.

Forensic tents are still being erected in the gardens of a terrace house in Stanwell, Surrey, some 26 km from central London, where the two suspects are believed to have spent time being fostered by Penelope and Ronald Jones, aged 71 and 88, who were known for fostering hundreds of children, including war zone refugees.

Police continued to search the house in Sunbury nearby but said there were no safety risks to local residents. The couple, who had been honored by the Queen for their work with children in need of a stable home, are staying with friends and said by neighbors to be pillars of the community. Mr Trump had already been accused of being unhelpful by Theresa May.

The news of frequent police visits could shed light on a tweet sent soon after the attack by President Trump in which he appeared to criticize British authorities for not acting sooner to prevent the attack.

Police said on Sunday that a 21-year-old man, who has not been identified, was detained on Saturday in Hounslow, on the western rim of the capital.

A second suspect is arrested following the London train bombing, as the terror threat is now lowered to severe.

Thirty people were injured when an improvised explosive device partly exploded aboard a crowded London Underground train at Parsons Green station during the morning rush hour. The first arrest took place on Saturday at the Dover ferry terminal, a main link to Europe. London transport authorities said Saturday that they have re-opened Parsons Green subway station.

The arrest is "very significant" and the terror threat level remains "critical", Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said.

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