Terror vision

Sadly, 56 people died on three tube trains and a London bus, and over 700 were wounded in the London terrorist attacks. Despite the warnings of senior police officers and politicians that such an attack was inevitable, the reality still came as a huge shock.

While the country was still trying to come to terms with the fact that four British citizens could commit such a crime, another attempt to suicide bomb the transport system was made on the 21 July. On this occasion, thankfully, the bombs

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