Conspiracy fever: As rumours swell that the government staged 7/7, victims’ relatives call for a proper inquiry

Today almost four years on, the images of that dreadful morning are etched into our minds: the woman in the haunting white burns mask being helped to safety; the shell-shocked businessman in a suit with his hair and shirt matted with blood; the crippled No 30 bus with its roof blown off; the mangled wreckage of smouldering Tube trains.

The country’s worst-ever terrorist atrocity during London’s morning rush hour on July 7, 2005, shattered for ever the heady euphoria in which the capital was basking the morning after winning the bid for the 2012 Olympics.

That afternoon, Tony Blair – who was hosting the G8 summit on global poverty in Gleneagles, Scotland – returned to Downing Street to pronounce that the attack was an act in the ‘name of Islam’.

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