7/7 survivor Gill Hicks hugs PC Andy Maxwell, who came to her aid when she was injured at Kings Cross
7/7 survivor Gill Hicks hugs PC Andy Maxwell, who came to her aid when she was injured at Kings Cross

Ten years on from the 7/7 bombings, Londoners from all walks of life are being urged to join together to show that the terrorists' aim of dividing their city has utterly failed.

People are getting off the Tube, train or bus a stop early to walk the remaining journey in quiet remembrance of the 52 people who died in 2005.

Organised by the Britain Future thinktank, members of the public and leaders from all faiths are sharing their journeys of togetherness under the hashtag #WalkTogether.

Revd Bertrand Olivier, Julie Siddiqi of the Islamic Society of Britain, Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner and Imam Qari Asim joing together in remembrance (Picture: PA)

Ten years ago, terrorists tried to divide us. Today a broad coalition of people, from all faiths and backgrounds, is calling on the public to come together and show that they failed.

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