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Anti-racism protesters kettled by police after breaking away from counter-demonstration

7/7 survivor in tribute to off-duty Pc who saved her life

A woman who lost both her legs in the 7/7 attacks today paid emotional tribute to the off-duty policewoman who saved her life.

Bloodstains and belongings visible amid the wreckage

As the police camera panned across the mangled and blood-spattered Tube carriages, the inquest saw in graphic detail the carnage caused by the four bombers on 7 July, 2005.

Passengers showed 'remarkable heroism' after bombings

Tube travellers displayed "remarkable heroism" in risking their lives to help injured and dying victims of the 7/7 attacks, an inquest heard today.

London bombs were meant for a different day – and different locations

Ringleader called off strike on 6 July after wife's pregnancy scare / Inquest hears attackers wanted to hit Westminster and Bond St

Phone calls reveal 7/7 Tube chaos

Dramatic phone calls revealed tonight how the emergency services struggled to cope with the chaos sparked by the July 7 suicide bomb attacks.

Martine Wright: 'I lost both legs in the London bombings but sport healed me'

A tale of hope emerges from the devastation as a Paralympian finds inspiration from volleyball – and flies high as she contemplates the 2012 Games. Alan Hubbard meets Martine Wright

Architecture and our duty to beauty

We all have a responsibility to make the best of our surroundings. Yet the political classes are reluctant to be arbiters of taste. That has to change, argues Julian Baggini

7/7 bomber's widow loses legal aid bid

The widow of one of the 7/7 suicide bombers today lost her High Court bid to overturn a decision refusing her legal aid for representation at the upcoming inquest into the deaths of 52 people in the attacks in London in 2005.

Morning misery for Tube travellers

Tube travellers endured Monday morning misery today after signal failures caused the part suspension of two lines and delays to two others.

7/7 inquests to probe MI5 role

Survivors of the July 7 bombings said they have been "shunted aside" today after being excluded from inquests into the deaths of the 52 people who were killed.

Alert lifted after central London area halted

A security alert brought major traffic hold-ups to the Aldgate area of central London today.

Circle Line closure sparks misery for commuters

Thousands of commuters endured return-to-work misery today when the London Underground's entire Circle Line had to be shut down.

G20 protesters to sue Met Police

A theatre group charged with impersonating police officers at the G20 protests are planning to sue the Metropolitan Police after the Crown Prosecution Service dropped all charges.

G20 group begin compensation battle after charges dropped

A gang of G20 protesters launched a battle for compensation against Scotland Yard today after prosecutors dropped charges against them.

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