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.
The most deadly attack occurred on the Piccadilly Line between King's Cross and Russell Square when Germaine Lindsay detonated his bomb next to the rear set of double doors in the front carriage of the packed train. Twenty-six people were killed.
Here two people who were caught up in the bombing, passenger George Roskilly and tube worker Gary Stevens, tell the story of the attack and how it has affected them since:
The 40 minutes that I spent there seemed like four months to be honest with you, it was so long waiting for help to come
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