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    08 July, 2005


    I heard Dr Andrew Dearden, Chair of the British Medical Association in Wales, telling BBC Radio Wales how he was at the BMA yesterday and was rapidly involved in treating people on the bus. He said it was like doing 6 months of accident and emergency in 3 hours.

    My brother told me last night his flat in Woburn Place is basically cordoned off, since it lies between two of the police investigation areas, Tavistock Square and Russell Square. Last night residents were having to be escorted if they wanted to go out.

    Slate has a round-up and points to technorati's collation of blog-posts on London. BBC Online sums up today's newspaper coverage. Digital versions of some of the tabloids are available here.

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