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Emergency services still lack radios for use underground, 20 years after the King's Cross train station fire led to calls for their use.
There were calls for the new system after the fire, which killed 31 and injured about 60, and the report into the 7 July bombs highlighted the issue.
An emergency services radio network for underground use is not expected to be ready until the end of 2008.
A wreath was laid at King's Cross on Sunday on behalf of London Underground.
Staff placed it at the station's memorial plaque for the victims of the fire, to mark the 20th anniversary of the tragedy.