7 July London attacks

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Superlative Guardian reading that lasts a lifetime | Brief letters
Brief letters: The paper’s best predictions? | A twist of front-page fate | The Guardian Readers and Elton John | Ringing out the bells for 200 years

Letters

14, May, 2021 @4:02 PM

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Manchester attack victim's father tells inquiry: 'Enough is enough'
Andrew Roussos, whose daughter Saffie, eight, was killed, says lessons should have been learned after 7/7

Amy Walker

22, Sep, 2020 @1:54 PM

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7/7 survivor Thelma Stober to lead Grenfell memorial commission
Lawyer will co-chair panel with civil servant who led the government’s response

Robert Booth Social affairs correspondent

14, Feb, 2020 @7:00 AM

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'He didn't destroy me. We carry on. He lost': survivors of terror attacks look back
From London to Nice, Berlin to Oslo, 11 people caught up in attacks across Europe reflect on the horror, the hope – and the kindness of strangers. Portraits by Mathias Braschler and Monika Fischer

25, May, 2019 @7:00 AM

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How Farage adapted his voice to Infowars' toxic worldview
Brexit party leader fails in chats to challenge Alex Jones’s conspiracy theories and airs some of his own

Peter Walker Political correspondent

06, May, 2019 @5:00 PM

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Nigel Farage under fire over 'antisemitic tropes' on far-right US talkshow
Brexit party leader referred to ‘new world order’ in interviews with Alex Jones

Peter Walker Political correspondent

06, May, 2019 @5:00 PM

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'Abandoned' survivors of terror attacks call for support network
Survivors and bereaved meet on eve of 7/7 anniversary to discuss response to trauma

Caroline Davies

06, Jul, 2018 @3:07 PM

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David Lammy on the summer he lost a close friend to 7/7
The MP recalls the 24 hours in July 2005 when he celebrated London’s successful Olympic bid – then learned that his schoolfriend James had died in the terror attacks

David Lammy

27, May, 2018 @2:00 PM

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Tessa Jowell did exceptional work for those who’d lost loved ones | Letters
Letters: She took on the role of humanitarian minister in addition to her role as secretary of state for culture, media and sport and was there in 2005 after the 7 July London bombings, writes Gerald Oppenheim

Letters

13, May, 2018 @4:56 PM

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'Believe in yourself, the rest will follow': five trailblazing women you've never heard of
Women who have challenged gender stereotypes and risen above discrimination, intimidation and circumstance tell their stories

Lucy Lamble, Karen McVeigh, Kathleen Prior and Sabrina Toppa

08, Mar, 2018 @10:01 AM

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Cities and terror: an indivisible and brutal relationship
Through successive waves of terrorist attacks, the city has consistently been the target – for reasons that are unlikely to change any time soon

Jason Burke

29, Jan, 2018 @7:30 AM

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People with mental illnesses refused access to insurance cover
Insurance firms deny discrimination, with 7/7 victim among those turned down

Sarah Marsh

19, Jan, 2018 @6:00 PM

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