London Attacked: Sky’s Coverage One week on

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Thursday 14th July, The day of the 2-minute silence:
Lorna Dunkley presented Sunrise from King’s Cross.
Jeremy Thompson presented Live at Five from Trafalgar SQ.

Joel Hills live from Trafalgar SQ.
Sarah Hughes live from Tavistock SQ.
Martin Popplewell live from King’s Cross.
David Bowden travelled on London transport (Luton to London) with the general public, on the some train that the bombers took last Thursday (package).

The rest of this weeks coverage:
Miranda Schunke as been reporting on the raids live from Burley, Leeds, since Monday.
Martin Brunt as been based at Scotland Yard since last week.
Mark White was livefrom King Cross from Monday – Wednesday.
Joel Hills was live from Tavistock SQ from Monday – Wednesday.

Alex Rossi was live from Aylesbury, reporting on the raids on Wednesday night, David Crabtree live from the same location on Thursday afternoon.

Peter Sharp and Lisa Holland have been working on packages this week.

All the latest news on www.sky.com/news

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