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Voices from 7/7



The coroner overseeing the inquests into the deaths of 52 people killed in four suicide bomb attacks on 7 July 2005 has formally ruled that they were unlawfully killed. The decision came after months of testimony from survivors, passers-by, and rescue workers.

Newsnight has been gathering its own accounts of what happened from people caught up in each of the attacks.

John Tulloch and Tim Coulson were both travelling on a westbound Circle Line train heading towards Paddington, when ringleader Mohammad Sidique Khan detonated his device at Edgware Road.

Here they describe the attack, and Julie Nicholson, whose 24-year-old daughter Jennifer was one of six people killed, talks about its effect on her and her family:

I thought 'You stupid, stupid person - actually you're not at war with me. You weren't at war with my daughter. You're at war with yourself'



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