Oxford Circus Crowd rush 2017

Crowd responses to Oxford Circus incident

don’t panic! correcting myths about the crowd

'Stampede' after false report of shots on Oxford Street

Armed police were scrambled to the heart of London’s shopping district for the second time in a number of weeks.

Oxford Circus: Platform 'altercation' caused tube panic

Police have released images of two men they want to speak to, after an altercation at a central London Tube station created mass panic on Friday.

Is it right to say people caught in a terror scare 'panic'?

The public’s response to a false alarm of a terror attack on London’s Oxford Street was widely described as “panic”. But there is evidence to suggest people fleeing an alert are entirely reasonable, write psychologists Stephen Reicher and John Drury.

Understanding collective fear responses to perceived terrorist threats

By Dermot Barr

Crowds and Identities: John Drury’s Research Group

Two men released without arrest over Oxford Circus tube panic

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