Flowers have been left across 7/7 bomb sites in London in remembrance of the 52 victims who died 10 years ago today:
A minute's silence was held at Aldgate Tube station at 8:50am - the time the bomb went off - with relatives of those who died in attendance.
Seven people lost their lives and dozens more were injured when a bomb exploded on the eastbound Circle line train between Liverpool Street and Aldgate.
Thinking of each & every one of you. You are not forgotten.
Little did an art teacher from Oxfordshire expect to spend his morning in London saving lives in the aftermath of terrorist attacks.
10 years on, George Psaradakis has given his first interview, recalling the events of July 7 2005.
Dozens of plots have been thwarted since July 7, 2005, but are we any less vulnerable to terror attacks?