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Suffolk man who died in Tunisia attack is repatriated

Stuart Cullen is carried from the RAF plane at Brize Norton Credit: ITV News
Stuart Cullen from Carlton Colville near Lowestoft died in the Tunisia attack Credit: Suffolk police
RAF C-17 aircraft touched down at 3pm Credit: ITV News

The last flight to repatriate the remaining five British victims of the Tunisia attack arrived at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire earlier this afternoon.

The RAF aircraft touched down at 3 o'clock, Stuart Cullen from Carlton Colville near Lowestoft died in the attack just over a week ago, his wife who was with him, survived.

Each victim was taken away in an individual hearse Credit: ITV News

The other victims being repatriated are Lisa Burbidge, Christopher Dyer, Bruce Wilkinson and Claire Windass.

Two arrested on suspicion of people trafficking

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Two men have been arrested on suspicion of people trafficking after a van overturned on the M11 in Essex.

A 15 year old girl was taken to hospital after the van which was towing a caravan crashed on the northbound carriageway between Junction 8 for Stansted and Junction 9 for Great Chesterford at around 5am on Saturday 4th July. Her injuries are not thought to be serious.

The two men from Poland were also arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.

A third Polish man was arrested on suspicion of immigration offences.

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How to cool down in the heat - use a giant water slide!

The fun way to cool down in the heat! Credit: Emily Knight

A huge inflatable water slide has been set up in Norwich city centre as part of the Lord Mayor’s Celebration events.

Hundreds of spectators lined the streets to see people having a go on 100-metre three lane SlideRider.

Credit: Emily Knight

The slide was there to raise money for Cancer Research UK. It was also the perfect way to cool down in the heat!

Credit: Emily Knight

Midday temperatures reach 29°C in the Anglia region

Norwich was the hottest place in the UK at midday on Saturday 4th July 2015 with a temperature of 28.6°C (83.5°F) recorded at the city's international airport.

Many places in the Anglia region had their hottest July day on record on Wednesday when the thermometer touched 35.3°C (95.5°F) at Wittering in Cambridgeshire.

Temperatures at 12 noon in the Anglia region on Saturday 4 July 2015. Credit: Met Office
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