By Jennifer Lipman, July 7, 2010
Relatives of the July 7 London bombing victims are marking the fifth anniversary of the terror attacks.
John Falding, whose Israeli partner Anat Rosenberg was killed on the Number 30 bus, plans to make a now-annual strip to Tavistock Square with a dozen white lilies to pay tribute to her.
Mr Falding said that his life has been on hold since the former charity worker’s death at 39.
He said: “This is my job now, to look after Anat’s memory.”
Ms Rosenberg, who is buried in Jerusalem, was one of a number of Jewish people injured or killed in the bombings.