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The bodies of nine of those killed in the Tunisia beach massacre have been returned to the UK.
An RAF C17 transport plane carrying the remains of Lisa and William Graham, Philip Heathcote, Trudy Jones, Ann and James McQuire, Janet and John Stocker, and David Thompson landed at the Brize Norton air base in Oxfordshire.
Relatives of the dead were present at the airbase to see their coffins removed from the plane.
The bodies returned home amid the news that the final British death toll in the attack on a resort in Sousse has been confirmed at 30.
The bodies of eight Britons killed in the attack were brought back to British soil yesterday. Further flights are expected tomorrow and Saturday.
All 30 of the British victims were holidaymakers with travel firm Thomson and First Choice.
A statement from the company said: "It is with great sadness that Thomson and First Choice can confirm the 30 British people positively identified by the FCO, UK police and Tunisian authorities as victims of the attack in Tunisia were our customers.
"The whole company would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of those involved in this tragic event."
The bodies of more victims of the Tunisian beach massacre are due to be flown home today.
Among them is the body of Philip Heathcote, from Felixstowe.
The bodies are will be flown back to RAF Brize Norton today.
It's emerged that Felixstowe woman Allison Heathcote is in a critical condition in hospital in Birmingham after undergoing a five hour operation.
Mrs Heathcote was one of the Britons injured in the Tunisia beach massacre. She was flown back last night after being shot five times during the beach attack.
A spokesman for University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, said the 48-year-old had undergone five hours of surgery after suffering multiple wounds - three to her torso and two to her right arm and shoulder.
"Following surgery, Allison was transferred back to the Critical Care Unit and remains in a critical but stable condition, under sedation. Family members were visiting her this afternoon."
Mrs Heathcote's husband Philip, who was 53, died in the shootings. The couple had gone to Tunisia to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary this week.
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Allison Heathcote was shot five times on the beach and was seen being carried on a sun bed to be treated. She's said to be in hospital in an induced coma.
The pair should have been celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary this week.
A family from Northamptonshire have been re-living the horror of hiding in a cellar to escape a gunman on the rampage at their holiday hotel in Tunisia.
The Scott family from Irchester were caught up in the attack, which happened on Friday at a popular resort in Sousse in the east of the country. Tourists were targeted on the beach at the Imperial Mahaba Hotel.
The official British death toll currently stands at 18, although it's expected to rise to more than 30.
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