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TRUE HERO: 7/7 Survivor Nicki ‘Stix’ Ratcliff Dies From Cancer, aged 44

A LADY who survived the 7/7 terrorist attacks on London in 2005 has died from cancer, her family has said. 

Nicki Ratcliff who used the name ‘Nicki Stix’ on Twitter was an influential voice on social media right and amassed more than 28,000 followers amid he battle with Cancer that was reported in 2018. 

She was a passenger on London’s Piccadilly Line tube train that was bombed by Islamic Terrorists in 2005 amid the Iraq War. 

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The terrorist atrocity was seen as the ‘biggest attack on the West’ since the 9/11 attacks on New York and killed 52 people.

Nicky, 44 overcame PTSD and trauma of the 7/7 attacks with a walking group where she met husband Mike Ratcliff. 

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Her husband told Nikki’s followers on Friday: “This is Nicky’s husband Mike. I’ve never tweeted before but here I go.”

“Just to let anyone reading this know that Nicky died early this morning. She was totally calm and I held her hand the whole way through. She had no pain at all and she’s finally at peace.”

The couple married in 2014, and had a daughter named Ivy, sadly Nicky was diagnosed with breast cancer. 

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Despite a lumpectomy and radiotherapy, after being admitted to hospital with suspected appendicitis the aggressive cancer had spread to her liver.

Nicki Ratcliff who used the name ‘Nicki Stax’ on Twitter was an influential voice on social media right and amassed more than 28,000 followers amid he battle with Cancer that was reported in 2018. 

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She was remembered in thousands of heart-felt tweets. 

Celebrity Publican Adam Brooks said: “So very sorry to hear, she was a pleasure to social media know.” 

Steve Laws said: “So sorry to hear, horrible news, may she rest in peace.”

Former MEP Martin Daubney said: “Sending huge love, she was always so positive despite everything she went through. Peace to you.” 

Gimme Gimme Gimme actor James Dreyfus said: “Oh my lord. Mike, I’m so sorry. I only knew her from here but we chatted often and she was just wonderful!! Thinking of you so much.” 

She once said of her battle with cancer: “It changes, and we just take it as it comes. I have to try to think positive and think there’s got to be a way through it.” – a fitting message for those struggling amid Tier lockdowns. 

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