British police say a man injured in last week's London bombings has died in a hospital, leaving the number of fatalities fifty-four. The man, who is currently unidentified, had been injured in the blast on the No. 30 bus in Tavistock Square.

The news came as thousands of London commuters stopped in their tracks and Queen Elizabeth II stood outside the palace gates, in tribute to the victims of last week's terrorist bombs.

All of Britain went silent for two minutes at noon Thursday - a silence broken only as Big Ben tolled.

Crowds gathered in Trafalgar Square, where many wept, prayed and wrapped their shoulders in the Union Jack as they recalled the subway and bus attacks that killed fifty-four people and wounded seven hundred.