Delays in the response to the 7/7 bombings did not cause any deaths, a coroner concludes, but there is some criticism for MI5 and the emergency services.
Families of the July 2005 London bombing victims broadly welcome a coroner's recommendations, with several vowing to press for a public inquiry.
Interactive and audio guides
- Tube first for 7/7 injury victim 05:17
- 7/7 victim recalls explosion02:14
- 7/7 bomber's farewell video03:12
- Bus driver on 'barbaric' attack02:35
- 7/7 mother on recurring pain01:08
- 7 July survivor praises rescuers01:20
- Tube driver raised alarm on mobile01:44
- 'People were left dying in agony'00:55
- 7 July bombers spotted on CCTV01:59
- Bombers filmed buying supplies01:18
- New 7/7 aftermath video released02:21
Features and Analysis
Minute-by-minute guide to what happened on 7 July
Could MI5 have stopped 7/7?
The ordinary people who did extraordinary things on 7 July
A mother whose daughter died on 7/7 reflects on the evidence
Could police, fire and ambulance teams have responded faster?
Relatives of victims are divided over long-awaited inquests