How much do you think someone should be charged for making life-saving equipment available to the public? Nothing at all you might think - surely it should be free. But if you're the Government's Business Rates Valuation Office, it seems that's not the case.
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London was in a celebratory mood on 7 July 2005, but everything changed when three suicide bombers attacked the capital's transport network.
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People travelling into the capital have been getting off a stop early to walk together in remembrance of the victims of the 7/7 bombings.