Cops have revealed Manchester attacker Salman Abedi was living off student loans before orchestrating the horror attack that claimed the lives of 22 people.
A MAN has been arrested in connection with the Manchester bomb blast just one day after cops said others were involved in the attack.
Thelwall Avenue in Fallowfield is being searched as part of the police investigation.
Police said, as it stands, 23 people have been arrested in connection with the investigation, of which two were quickly de-arrested, and 20 were released without charge.
"We don't have evidence of a large network", Jackson told reporters at an update on the investigation.
It is understood that the arrested suspect is not Hashem Abedi, the younger brother of suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who is being held in Libya.
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The bomb had a "devastating" impact and gouged out a section of the concrete floor of Manchester Arena in the heart of the city.
British police are now hoping to speak to the terrorist's brother, Hashem Abedi, who was arrested in Tripoli with his father, Ramadan, following the attack and remains in custody in Libya.
He said officers were "engaged" with the authorities in war-torn Libya where Abedi's brother, Hashem, is now being held.
Suicide bomber Salman Abedi is believed to have worked with a network of people.
Jackson said police have reconstructed Abedi's movements in the weeks before the attack, as he obtained components and built his deadly device. "We will continue to keep you informed as much as possible on our official re-opening date and up and coming show information".