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Security stepped up as Manchester’s Christmas markets open for business

Armed police have begun patrolling at Manchester s Christmas markets. To bolster security even further steel and concrete barriers have been placed around the popular stalls for the first time this year. As revealed in the M.E.N . undercover plain clothes officers carrying guns who will mingle with the crowds.

The heightened security comes after the Manchester Arena bomb and the fact that according to the Metropolitan Police the current threat level to the UK from international terrorism is severe. But Leaders in Manchester insist the city is open for business .

Concrete barriers have been placed around the popular stalls

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Superintendent Chris Hill from GMP said: People s natural response when they see extra security can sometimes be one of fear or concern, worrying that the extra measures mean that it s more dangerous.

“I want to assure people that we are strengthening protective security as an extra precaution to keep people as safe as possible, and it should make people feel more comfortable and reassured about attending events like the Christmas Markets . Our priority is the safety and security of all those attending or involved.

This has been a difficult year for the city and we must never forget the people who have been affected . However, we have already all come together and shown our strength and determination to carry on enjoying our day to day lives .

I want to encourage everyone to do the same . We are here and we re doing everything that we can to keep you safe.

Firearms officers will patrol the markets across the city centre

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The new barriers will be placed around Albert Square and firearms officers will patrol the markets there and at other sites across the city. GMP and Manchester City Council are also working together to install other protective security measures in key areas and have been working closely with the market managers and organisers.

Councillor Pat Karney from Manchester council said: Visitors to our markets will see the precautionary measures we are taking to make sure everyone who visits the city feels safe, and that they know we have done everyone we can to make their visit enjoyable.

We have worked closely with GMP to make sure the security in place is as robust as possible, and we look forward to welcoming the millions of visitors to our Christmas Markets over the next six weeks.