The missing

The names of those reported missing since, and assumed involved in, Thursday's attacks

Anthony Fatayi-Williams, 25, oil company executive from Lewisham; Jamie Gordon, 30, financial administrator from Enfield; Marie Hartley, 34, from Lancashire; Miriam Hyman, 32, picture researcher from Finchley; Neetu Jain, 36, computer analyst from Hendon; Shyanuja Sangary, 30, post office worker; Anat Rosenberg, 39, charity worker from Finsbury Park; Philip Russell, 28, finance worker from Oval; William Wise, 54; Glagys Wundowa, 51, cleaner from Chadwell Heath (confirmed to have been on bus).

POSSIBLY ON PICCADILLY LINE AT RUSSELL SQUARE

James Adams, 32, mortgage consultant; Phil Beer, 22, hair stylist from Borehamwood; Ania Brandt, 42, cleaner from Wood Green; Ciaran Cassidy, 22, office worker from Finsbury Park; Elizabeth Daplyn, 26, health service worker; Karoline Gluck, 29, consultant from Finsbury Park; Gamze Gunoral, 24, student from Whetstone; Slimane Ihab, 19, waiter from Finsbury Park; Emily Jenkins, 24, from Richmond; Adrian Johnson, 37, office worker from Newark, Notts; Susan Levy, 50, from Hertfordshire (confirmed); Christian Njoya Small, 28, Walthamstow; Monika Suchocka, 23, trainee accountant from Archway; Behnaz Mozzaka, 47, biomedical officer from Finchley; Mike Matsushita, 37, tour guide from Islington; James Mayes, 28, analyst from Islington; Michelle Outto, 46, from Mill Hill; Rachelle Chung Yuen, 27, accountant from Mill Hill; Ojara Ikeagwu, 55, from Luton; Helen Jones, 28, from Holloway.

POSSIBLY ON CIRCLE LINE AT ALDGATE

Lee Baisden, 34, accountant from Romford; Benedetta Ciaccia, 30, economics analyst from Norwich; Richard Ellery, 21, sales assistant from Ipswich; Giles Hart, 55, engineer from Hornchurch; Shahara Akther Islam, 20, bank cashier from Plaistow; Fiona Stevenson, 29, solicitor from Danbury, Essex; Carrie Taylor, 24, office worker from Billericay.

POSSIBLY ON CIRCLE LINE AT EDGWARE ROAD

David Foulkes, 22, newspaper trainee from Oldham; Laura Webb, 29, PA from Islington.

LOCATION NOT KNOWN

Philip Duckworth; Stan Brewster; Jon Downey; Jenny Nicholson.

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