Wycombe Wanderers v Barnet - Team News

7:32pm Tuesday 23rd October 2012

Mark Robson and Edgar Davids have named an unchanged Barnet side for the trip to Wycombe Wanderers and the former Juventus and Barcelona midfielder starts his second game for the Bees.

Mother of victim says July 7 attacks were preventable

Times Series: Simon Ford won a London Fire Brigade Gold Award for risking his life to get victims off the bus blown up in Tavistock Square

5:40pm Wednesday 12th January 2011

THE mother of a Hendon man killed on the bus in Tavistock Square during the July 7 terror attacks has described his death as “totally preventable”.

Tributes to Kings Cross tube blast victims

5:27pm Tuesday 30th November 2010

TRIBUTES were paid yesterday to the Haringey residents killed in the blast on July 7 2005 in a Piccadilly Line train between Kings Cross and Russell Square.

Tribute paid to 7/7 tube bombing victim

2:25pm Tuesday 30th November 2010

TRIBUTE was paid yesterday to hairdresser Phil Beer, killed in the blast on July 7, 2005, in a Piccadilly Line train between Kings Cross and Russell Square.

Tributes paid to those killed in Kings Cross Tube blast

Times Series: The aftermath of the Aldgate Tube bomb attack on July 7, 2005

1:10pm Tuesday 30th November 2010

TRIBUTES were paid yesterday to the five Barnet residents killed in the blast on July 7, 2005, in a Piccadilly Line train between Kings Cross and Russell Square.

Survivors tell of aftermath of Edgware Road bombing

4:21pm Monday 8th November 2010

SURVIVORS of the bomb which killed six people near Edgware Road Tube station started to give their accounts of the harrowing aftermath of the explosion today.

Widow pays tribute to July 7 bombing victim

2:15pm Monday 8th November 2010

THE widow of a Finchley man killed in the July 7 Tube bombing at Edgware Road station today paid tribute to him.

July 7 inquest to look at Edgware Road bombing this week

Times Series: Graham Foulkes' son was killed in the Edgware Road Tube attacks

7:20am Monday 8th November 2010

THE inquests into the deaths of 52 people at the hands of suicide bombers on London's public transport network will move on to look at the Edgware Road Tube bomb today.

CCTV shows terrorist buying batteries to power bomb

Times Series: CCTV cameras filmed Hasib Hussain, Germaine Lindsay, Mohammed Sidique Khan, wearing a light cap, and Shahzad Tanweer entering Luton station on their way to detonate four bombs in London

6:20pm Thursday 14th October 2010

CCTV showing the last movements of Tavistock Square bus bomber Hasib Hussain, including him buying batteries to power his device, was shown to an inquest today.

Tube worker spoke to bomber on morning of July 7 attacks

3:04pm Thursday 14th October 2010

A TUBE worker who helped at the scene of the Kings Cross bombing on July 7 2005 told an inquest a man he believes to be the bomber spoke to him the same morning.

Four from the borough died in deadliest July 7 bomb

3:18pm Wednesday 13th October 2010

FOUR people from Barnet were caught up in the deadliest bomb to hit London's transport network on July 7, 2005, an inquest was told.

Radiographer among those killed in July 7 blasts

2:55pm Wednesday 13th October 2010

A RADIOGRAPHER from Wembley was among 26 people caught up in the most deadly of all the terror attacks on July 7, an inquest has heard.

Emergency workers struggled to find Tottenham couple after July 7 bombings

5:47pm Tuesday 12th October 2010

A TOTTENHAM couple who had been together for 14 years lay alive and undiscovered on the tracks for more than 30 minutes after the July 7 bombing near Kings Cross Tube station.

Court hears about 'shock, misery and horror' of July 7 bombings

2:03pm Monday 11th October 2010

THE long-awaited inquest into the deaths of 52 people in the July 7 bombings were told this morning their purpose was to focus on each of the victims of the blasts in 2005.

Inquest opens today into July 7 bombings

7:30am Monday 11th October 2010

THE inquest into the deaths of 52 people caught up in the July 7 bombings is finally set to open today.

Families will learn scope of July 7 bombing inquest

Times Series: Phil Beer

11:30am Monday 26th April 2010

A HIGH Court hearing is due to start this morning into what shape an inquest into the 7/7 bombings should take.

Hearing today to establish scope of 7/7 inquest

Times Series: The horrific aftermath of the July 7 London bombings

10:03am Monday 26th April 2010

A HIGH Court hearing is due to start this morning into what shape an inquest into the 7/7 bombings should take.

Ian Blair walks for 7/7 bomb victim

5:50pm Friday 15th August 2008

THE most senior policeman in London came to Edgware yesterday to play cricket and take part in a walk for peace.

Royal Free remembers 7/7 victims

Times Series: Reconstruction: Professor Peter Butler (left) with his mentor, Professor James May

8:00am Tuesday 8th July 2008

A "centre of excellence" for plastic and reconstructive surgery is to be established at the Royal Free Hospital in memory of those who died or were maimed in the 7/7 bombings.

Eye centre memorial to July 7 bomb victim

Times Series: "World class services": The Miriam Hyman Children's Eye Care Centre

5:55pm Monday 7th July 2008

The life of a Hampstead Garden Suburb woman killed in the 7/7 bombings is being commemorated with the opening of a children's eye care centre in India.

My Heartache

9:31am Friday 7th July 2006

The girlfriend of Enfield man Jamie Gordon - who lost his life in the 7 July bombings - has paid a touching tribute to the man she loved on the first anniversary of his death.

July 7 survivor: 'I knew it was a bomb instantly'

4:47pm Thursday 8th June 2006

The amazing testimony of a woman from Crouch End who lost her leg in the July 7, 2005, bombing on London's transport network emerged this week, when the London Assembly report into the tragedy was published.

7/7 money an insult, says victim’s mother

6:37pm Thursday 25th May 2006

The mother of Phil Beer, a Borehamwood hairdresser who was killed in last July's London bombings, has described a Government offer of compensation to victims and their families as an insult'.

Queen attends service for 7/7 victims

8:11am Wednesday 2nd November 2005

THE Queen and Prime Minister Tony Blair were among those gathered at a national memorial service for the 52 victims of the July 7 bomb attacks in London.

‘We’ll never forget you’

5:14pm Friday 14th October 2005

Family and friends of a Borehamwood hairdresser killed in the July 7 bomb attacks turned out to pay tribute to him at a memorial service on Saturday.






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