London came together in ceremonies and moments of silence today as the capital remembered the victims of the 7 July bombings 10 years ago.
Prime Minister David Cameron laid a weath in Hyde Park and later attended a service at St Paul''s Cathedral along with London mayor Boris Johnson and former Prime Minister Tony Blair. Prince Andrew and Alan Yarrow, lord mayor of London, also attended the service, which was conducted by bishop of London Richard Chartres.
Paul Crowther, chief constable of the British Transport Police; Adrian Leppard, commissioner of the City of London Police; and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, commissioner of the Metropolitan Police also lay wreaths at the Hyde Park memorial, where hundreds of Londoners congregated to show their respects to the 52 people who died in the attack and the hundreds who were injured.
Londoners remembered the victims of 7/7 at the Hyde Park memorial (Source: Getty)
Meanwhile ceremonies were held throughout the Tube network and groups marked the moment at the stations nearest the main blast points, as well as Tavistock Square, where a number 30 bus was blown up.
The England cricket squad also held a moment's silence as they held a practice session ahead of the start of the Ashes Test match tomorrow.