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The Duke of Cambridge will join survivors and the families of those killed in the 7/7 attacks at a memorial service at Hyde Park today.
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The mother of one of the 52 killed in the 7/7 terror attacks says it is important "that people do not forget" and that there are lessons to be learned.
Mavis Hyman's daughter Miriam was sitting directly in front of Hasib Hussain when he detonated a bomb on the number 30 bus at Tavistock Square.
The names of all 52 of those who lost their lives in the 7/7 attack were read out during a memorial in St Paul's Cathedral.
Pink, red and white rose petals fell from the famous dome as the church fell silent to honour the dead.
Paul Dadge, who became well known after a picture of him helping the wounded after the 7/7 attack was shown around the world, has said that the "7/7 extended family will be there to support" those involved in the Tunisia terror attack.
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Paul told ITV News: "The people involved in 7/7 we're very much like an extended family, we've been on this journey for ten years now. I not only want to remember the 52 that died in the UK but also those who've died in Tunisia. And for them to know that should they need the support of people who have been in the same situation that the 7/7 family will be there to support them."
England cricketers broke off from training ahead of the first Ashes Test tomorrow to observe a minute's silence in honour of the 7/7 victims.
Wimbledon also came to a standstill in remembrance of the 52 people who lost their lives in the attacks across central London 10 years ago today:
Poignant tributes to 7/7 victims have been left at sites of the bombings 10 years ago.
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