Two years after the 7 July bombings police radios still fail to work in the underground, a London Assembly committee said. A report (pdf) from the London Assembly has found that two years on from the 7 July terrorist attacks, the capital's emergency services are still without a digital radio system that works on the underground …
When did El Reg move to the US?
"Two years after the 7 July bombings" / "from the 7 July terrorist attacks".
What happened to traditional English phrasings such as "The 7th of July" or "July the 7th"?
It's called abbreviation ...
... get over it.
It's pleasantly ironic that you recommend the wholly-US-centric-not-used-anywhere-else-in-the-world mixed-endian month/day/year date order as a "traditional English phrasing".
Still, at least the 7/7 bombings don't have the same endianness ambiguity as the 11/9 attacks. We should be thankful for small mercies.
There's no endianness or ambiguity when the month is written as a word instead of a number.
It isn't, however, correct to write “the” or “of” in the middle of a date: it's purely a spoken construct. If you want to be picky, it'd be “7th July” with proper superscripting, but I'd be surprised if an El Reg article managed that.
dammned clever these Russkies
How is it that mobile phones work in the Prague Metro? - built by the Russians in the 60's iirc
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