North West 7/7 victims remembered

The victims of the 7/7 terror attacks will be remembered today.

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7/7 victim's sister says country must stand up against terrorism

The sister of one of the victim's of the 7/7 attacks has said it was important to show the country has not been stopped or changed by the terrorism that killed her brother.

Jill Wood was speaking on Good Morning Britain before the one minute silence earlier today. She went to Edgware Road where her brother David Foulkes was killed exactly 10 years ago. He was a newspaper sales manager from Oldham who had just started a new job in the city.

Sister of 7/7 victim returns to scene to 'be close' to brother

David Foulkes

The sister of one of the 7/7 victims has returned to the scene where her brother was killed on the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks.

David Foulkes, 22, a newspaper sales manager from Oldham had just moved to the city to start a new job. He was killed at Edgware Road station by one of four devices to be detonated. 52 people we killed in the attacks.

His sister Jill Wood said: "I feel like if he's anywhere, that's where he is."


Memorial for North West 7/7 victims

22 year old David Foulkes

A memorial will be held in the North West to mark the 10 years since the London terror attacks, Marie Hartley from Lancashire and David Foulkes from Oldham both died in the 7/7 blasts. The peace centre in Warrington who do work to educate against extremism will fall silent to remember the victims.

Marie Hartley from Lancashire

Mrs Hartley, 34, from Oswaldtwistle was one of 13 people killed in the bus explosion and left behind husband David and two sons.

22-year-old David from Oldham had moved to London to start a new job, was one of six people killed on the Edgware Road train.

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