Security service will explore whether it was guilty of failings, as raids take place in Moss Side and rising terror threat sparks political war of words

MI5 has launched two urgent inquiries into how it missed the danger posed by Manchester bomber Salman Abedi amid claims his interest in being a potential terrorist killer was repeatedly reported to the authorities.

Britain’s domestic security service started one review last week, which will aim to quickly identify any glaring errors, while the other will be more in-depth, the Guardian has learned.

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