Parents of 7/7 victim: 'I lost my best friend and daughter'
The inquests into the deaths of the 52 people who died in the 2005 London bombings are due to begin on Monday.
They were killed when four suicide bombers attacked three underground trains and a bus. More than 700 people were injured.
Five years on, the bereaved still want to know if more could have been done to help those who died and if the police and the security services could have prevented the attacks.
Among those to lose loved ones on the day were June and John Taylor, whose 24-year-old daughter Carrie died at Aldgate.
Mr and Mrs Taylor spoke to June Kelly about their memories of Carrie and their hopes for the inquest.
11 Oct 2010
- From the section UK