The named victims so far:
Georgina Callander, 18
An 18-year-old college student from Lancashire, was the first victim to be identified following the Manchester attack.
Many of her friends have paid tribute to the teen, alongside Runshaw College where she was studying, and a number of celebrities.
“Georgina Callander was a former Bishop Rawstorne pupil studying with us on the second year of her Health and Social Care course.”
Saffie Rose Roussos, 8
She had been at the Ariana Grande concert with her mum Lisa Roussos and sister Ashlee Bromwich when the explosion shook the venue. Her mum and sister were rushed to hospital, but lost contact with Saffie. Saffie-Rose Roussos died from her injuries at the concert on Monday night.
Chris Upton, headteacher at Saffie’s school, said in a statement: “Saffie was simply a beautiful little girl in every aspect of the word. She was loved by everyone and her warmth and kindness will be remembered fondly. Saffie was quiet and unassuming with a creative flair.”
John Atkinson, 28
28-year-old John Atkinson from Bury was the third victim to be identified.
It’s understood that John had been leaving the concert when a lone man detonated a suicide bomb shortly after 10.30 on Monday evening.
Megan Hurley, schoolgirl
It is not known how old Megan was, but earlier this evening the chair of governors at Halewood Primary School said a girl who went to the school had died in the suicide bombing, according to Liverpool Echo.
He added that she had attended with her older brother who was seriously injured.
Olivia Campbell, 15
A heartbroken Mrs Campbell had broken down in tears on ITV’s Good Morning Britain earlier in the day, when her daughter was missing.
She spoke of how she had not spoken to her daughter Olivia since she set off for the event. "I can’t get through to her. I’ve called the hospitals, I’ve called all the places, the hotels where people say that children have been taken.”
"I’ve called the police. There’s no news, I’ve just got to wait. I’m waiting at home just in case she turns up here,” she told the morning program.
Alison Howe, 45 and Lisa Lees, 47
Two mums waiting to collect their teenage daughters after the concert were among the victims of the bomb attack. Their daughters, both aged 15, are understood to be safe.
Angelika, 40 and Marcin Klis, 42
Marcin and Angelika Klis, Polish parents of a student at the University of York, have been confirmed dead after the Manchester attack.
The pair posed for a selfie in the city centre just before going to the concert to pick their daughters up.
Their 20-year-old daughter had posted a plea for help on Facebook after they didn’t contact her following the attack.
The pair leave behind two daughters, Alex and Patricia.
Martyn Hett, 29
Martyn Hett, a Coronation Street superfan who had a tattoo of Deirdre Barlow on his ankle and with his boyfriend won Come Dine With Me, has been named as one of the dead.
Kelly Brewster, 32
Kelly Brewster was at the concert with her sister Claire and niece Hollie Booth. She died shielding her niece from the blast and leaves behind a young daughter, Phoebe. Hollie has two broken legs but is safe.
Jane Tweddle-Taylor, 51
Jane Tweddle-Taylor had gone to the Arena with a friend to pick up the friend’s daughter. She was a mother of three: “One of the biggest challenges we’ve had is one of my daughters was away travelling in Australia, so we were trying to pick a time to notify her.”
Nell Jones, 14
Her family and friends had posted appeals on social media saying she was missing following the concert. A student at Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School. She had been recently using crutches after suffering a ligament injury.
These are the 13 out of 22 named victims as of Wednesday, 24th of May at 2pm (GMT)