All services on the London Underground have been suspended following explosions at Aldgate, Edgware Road, King’s Cross and Russell Square.
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Thursday 7th July 2005
Lisa Holland and Paul Brennan on the phone from Liverpool Street station.
Jeremy Thompson, Lisa Holland, Martin Popplewell, Andrew Moore and Mark White live from Russell SQ.
Greg Milam and Ashish Joshi live from Aldgate.
Robin Nisbet and Paul Harrison live from King’s Cross.
Thomas Moore live from the Royal London hospital.
Victoria Bryning live from Whitechapel.
Tim Marshall live from Covent Garden and Sky News Centre.
Martin Brunt live from Scotland Yard.
Sarah Hughes live in the SkyCopter.
Jonathan Samuels, Peter Sharp and Nicola Hill on Package.
Presenters: Lorna and Steve Dixon on-air for Sunrise from 6am, Chris and Julie from 10am, Martin joins Julie at 11:30am, Anna from 5pm, Mark joins Anna at 7pm, Chris joins Mark at 8pm, Allan and Steve Gaisford from 1am, Emma joins Allan at 1:30am.
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