London has today marked 10 years since 52 people were killed in the 7/7 bombings attacking the capital's transport network.
Survivor Gill Hicks, who had both her legs amputated after the attack, returned to Russell Square station where she was injured:
David Cameron and Boris Johnson laid wreaths at the 7/7 memorial in Hyde Park.
People travelling into the capital got off a stop early to walk together in remembrance of the victims:
Flowers were laid at the four sites where the attacks happened: Russell Square, Edgware Road and Aldgate Underground stations, and Tavistock Square.
George Psaradakis, the driver of the number 30 bus that was blown up in Tavistock Square, left flowers near the scene of the attack:
At 11:30am, a national minute of silence was observed during a service at St Paul's Cathedral after the names of the 52 people killed were read out:
Pink, red and white rose petals fell from the famous dome as the church fell silent to honour the dead:
Later in the day, the Duke of Cambridge was visibly moved as he placed a wreath in Hyde Park, where survivors spoke at an emotional memorial service.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Hyde Park: