A roundup of the 7/7 anniversary coverage:
- Londoners mark 10 years since the 7/7 bombings by walking to work — #walktogether
- While memorials are held across the capital.
- The driver of the number 30 bus bombed in Tavistock Square speaks movingly about his ordeal.
- A survivor who lost her legs is reunited with the policeman who saved her life.
- The Met police says that 50 terror attacks have been averted since 7/7.
...and the rest of the day's news:
- A crash in Bexleyheath involving several vehicles has left 16 people injured.
- London tops Europe for 'unicorn companies' — or tech firms worth £1billion founded in last 15 years.
- Something is killing birds and fish in an east London park.
- Ugh, girls! The progressive men of the Garrick Club vote against women becoming members.
- This flying saucer could be about to land at the University of the Arts.
- Rich kids clean toilets.
- Restoration work on Chiswick Bridge is now complete.
- Brixton's Farmer's Market seems to have been saved.
- The Garden Bridge has already cost the public purse £1million.