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Nation remembers victims of 7/7 terror attacks 10 years on

London has today marked 10 years since 52 people were killed in the 7/7 bombings attacking the capital's transport network.

People walk through the July 7 memorial in Hyde Park, Credit: PA

Survivor Gill Hicks, who had both her legs amputated after the attack, returned to Russell Square station where she was injured:

Gill Hicks at Russell Square station this morning. Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

David Cameron and Boris Johnson laid wreaths at the 7/7 memorial in Hyde Park.

David Cameron and Boris Johnson lay wreaths at the Hyde Park 7/7 memorial.

People travelling into the capital got off a stop early to walk together in remembrance of the victims:

Londoners posted images of their #WalkTogether tributes Credit: Twitter/@mlor22

Flowers were laid at the four sites where the attacks happened: Russell Square, Edgware Road and Aldgate Underground stations, and Tavistock Square.

Family flowers left at Aldgate station Credit: PA

George Psaradakis, the driver of the number 30 bus that was blown up in Tavistock Square, left flowers near the scene of the attack:

George Psaradakis made an emotional return to Tavistock Square Credit: PA
A message left at Kings Cross Underground station Credit: PA
A family tribute left to 7/7 victim Neetu Jain at Tavistock Square Credit: Pool

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:

The congregation stand to observe a minute's silence during a memorial service at St Paul's Cathedral Credit: PA
Tony and Cherie Blair at the memorial service at St Paul's Credit: PA
England Cricket players during a minute's silence at Cardiff's SWALEC Stadium Credit: PA
Wimbledon staff commemorating the 10th anniversary of the 7/7 attacks Credit: Reuters

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.

A woman wipes her eyes as she walks through the July 7 memorial in Hyde Park, following a service in memory of those who died Credit: PA
The Duke of Cambridge at the Hyde Park memorial service Credit: PA

ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Hyde Park:

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