Questions were being asked Tuesday about how snow in Britain caused so much disruption to travel and education as analysts said the cost to the economy could be as much as £3.5 billion ($5 billion).
CNN's Phil Black reports on Britain's record snowfall and how London just isn't coping.
As airlines slash flights and cut spending in the wake of rising fuel prices, rail travel across Europe is entering into a period of renewal.
Millions of people in Britain and around the world observed a two-minute silence Thursday to honor the victims of the London terrorist attacks a week ago as the UK came to terms with the news that the suspected suicide bombers were Britons.
Bus number 30 was full of commuters Friday morning, despite the previous day's bomb blast, which tore through a bus in the heart of London, traveling on the same route.
Freak weather hit parts of Britain for a second day Thursday, after one of the worst summer storms on record caused flood chaos and brought down power lines.