A minute's silence has been held at the reopening of the inquest into the Tunisia terror attacks.
Thirty-eight people were killed when terrorist Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire in the popular resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse, in June 2015.
The hearing will examine what happened to the 30 Britons who died in the atrocities.
The families of 30 British tourists killed in 2015's terrorist attack on a beach in Tunisia have arrived at London's Royal Courts of Justice for the inquest into their deaths.
The inquest will attempt to determine how much the UK government and travel firms knew about the risk of an attack on tourists holidaying in the area.
Some 38 people were killed when Islamist gunman Seifeddine Rezgui opened fire in the popular resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse, in June 2015.
Inquests into the deaths of the 30 Britons killed in the Tunisia beach attack of 2015 will begin today.Read the full story ›
An 89-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries following a collision in Sheffield on Sunday.Read the full story ›
The clean up's underway in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire after last night's tidal surge battered the coast line.Read the full story ›
Strategic Command Group overseeing State of Emergency in Lincolnshire decides threat is now low https://t.co/EwSSaj8RxH
The Strategic Command Group convened to oversee the State of Emergency in Lincolnshire, which was declared on Wednesday (11th January), have decided that the threat is now low and have made the decision that all agencies can return to business as usual.
Neil Rhodes, chief constable of Lincolnshire Police and chair of the Lincolnshire Resilience forum, said:
The Lincolnshire Resilience Forum has tonight (13 January) taken the decision to close the 24-hour emergency control centre. We have today seen the tidal surge.
It was massively reassuring to have support from the military.
These pictures show Scarborough today as the clean-up operation got underway after the tidal surge came over defences.
In Scarborough's Foreshore Road, sand, seaweed, rocks and pebbles battered the coast. On Scarborough's North Bay, waves reached a number of businesses.
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Hornsea and Withernsea have taken the brunt of overnight storm tides.Read the full story ›