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nnnnn ten years alone from seven seven there's a battle for your memory , the west attacks on british soil since world war two and now the fight is how to remember them , this is a conscious effort to refrain the events of seven seven into a narrative unity and solidarity they want you to remember the nights of seven seven one london's public transport networks ground to a halt and londoners of all creeds and no creeds it's all what times together , let's rewind to two thousand and five in the official narrative was far different this is the battle , that must be one , about it not just about terrorist , methods , but their views he'd make glorifying terrorism a criminal acts and online and on c. c. t. v. he'd leave britain more watch than ever , we shall now observe back in twenty fifteen and another silence after yet another attack of the victims of the atrocities , a different man at the top of the script something much the same first we must give our police and security services the tools they need to retire , it turns out that means yes new anti terror laws to keep us safe , the government's this yet looking to beef up panelists to ban groups it defines as extremist to claims mosques and intercept communications , its ministers say that's what's needed to stop another attack like seven seven , on tuesday morning person will remember those attacks with a moment of silence , a memory of the past shaped by the politics of the present