Britain defiant on ‘troops out’ demand in Afghanistan

At 8.50am last Friday, exactly one year after four suicide bombers brought death and destruction to London’s transport system, flowers were laid at Kings Cross station near the scene of one of the attacks.

8th July, 2006

At 8.50am last Friday, exactly one year after four suicide bombers brought death and destruction to London’s transport system, flowers were laid at Kings Cross station near the scene of one of the attacks.

At midday, people all over Britain fell silent for two minutes, remembering the 52 individuals who lost their lives while travelling to work. The British government and emergency services claim they are much better prepared in the event of...

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