Anyone in the UK concerned about family or friends they have not heard from is advised to contact a special police hotline on: 0870-156 6344. In every case, it is best to have the missing person's full name, date of birth and passport number before calling any of the numbers listed here.
- People unable to make contact with Australians in London who they have reason to believe were caught up in Thursday's incidents can contact Australian House on: 020 7379 4334.
People in Australia can contact the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s consular hotline on: 1800 002 214. British Authorities have also established a hotline for Australians in the UK to call: 08701 566 344.
- For those concerned about New Zealanders, if you are in the UK call: 020 7930 8422 or fax: 020 7316 8999. If you are in New Zealand call the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade freephone line: 0800 432 111.
- Those trying to track down Americans should call the number set up by the Department of State: 1-888-407-4747.
- If you are trying to get information about Canadian friends or relatives in Britain are asked to contact one of the Department of Foreign Affairs toll-free hotlines: 1-800-606-5499 or 1-800-387-3124.
- Those in South Africa should contact one of the following numbers at South Africa House: 012 351 1900, 012 351 1294, 012 351 1997, 012 351 1430.
Please don't call these numbers if you do not have a genuine inquiry, as they are extremely congested. This will give priority to concerned family and friends.