A quick rundown of all the latest news stories connected to the London bombings:
As you've probably read by now Pakistan security forces have arrested a British Muslim in connection with the bombings. This was part of a sweep of arrests across the country during which at least 25 people were detained.
In connection with this the Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf will make an address on Thursday explaining the government's "crackdown on Islamic militants".
Menawhile the Egyptian chemist who was arrested in Cairo recently in connection with the attacks has been released.
Ken is right in the middle of things again after his defence of Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi who is due speak at a conference in Manchester next month and his explanantion that "Western foreign policy in the Middle East" is partially to blame for the attacks.
And it seems the public agree with Ken: A poll, commissioned by the Guardian, found 33 percent of UK adults "think Blair bears 'a lot' of responsibility for the London bombings", while 31 percent says he bears a 'a little’ responsibility.
The train at Edgware Road station has now been removed, and although the site is still being treated a site of a criminal investigation police are hopeful that the station will be returned to London Underground by the end of the week.
The train at Russell Square is still in the tunnel but the train at Aldgate station had been removed. The the Circle and District lines which pass through Aldgate and Edgware are expected to resume normal service within two weeks.
Full service will not be restored to the Piccadilly Line for several weeks.