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Grieving son of Tunisia victim makes emotional tribute

The grieving son of a woman killed in the Tunisian beach attack has said he is expecting a "tough day" as his mother's body is returned to the UK.

Conor Fulford - who made desperate appeals for information on his mother Sue Davey's whereabouts in the aftermath of the attack last week - tweeted last night that he was "ready to go meet my mom with my family".

Mr Fulford, from Staffordshire, said he wanted his mother to think "there's my boy" as she was carried off the aircraft.

PM to join millions in remembering Tunisia victims

David Cameron has confirmed he will be "joining millions" in remembering the victims of the Tunisia beach atrocity in a minute's silence later today.



Greece poll shows narrow lead for 'Yes' vote

A man walks past anti-EU graffiti in Athens. Credit: Reuters

Greece's bailout referendum is pointing towards a closely balanced result in a vote that could decide the country's future in the European Union, a new poll has suggested.

The opinion poll - conducted by the ALCO polling institute and published in the Ethnos newspaper - reflects a sharp swing from previous polls that showed the No vote strongly ahead.

The new poll gave a slight lead for the Yes vote in favour of the bailout at 44.8% against 43.4% for the No vote. 11.8% were undecided.

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