You can find information, emotional support and practical advice, through this site and by calling our 24-hour helpline. If you’d like to talk with someone face-to-face, you can also call in to the Family Assistance Centre, in central London. Assistance is available for everyone affected by the London bombings of the 7th July

London Assembly Review Committee report publication

The 7th July Review Committee (formally the London Resilience Committee) was set up by the London Assembly at its meeting on 8th September 2005 to review some of the lessons to be learned from the 7th July bomb attacks on London, focusing on the experience of ordinary Londoners caught up in the events, and paying particular attention to issues of communication.

The Review Committee's report is available on the London Assembly website It makes recommendations to those agencies that were involved in the emergency response, as well as transport operators, communications companies and Government. If you would like to be sent a copy, or you would like to be kept informed about the review committee's follow-up work, please call Janet Hughes at the Assembly on .

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