The repatriation of the bodies of the British victims killed in the Tunisian beach attacks is set to begin today.Read the full story ›
Tributes are being paid to former Birmingham City player Denis Thwaites and his wife Elaine have been paying tribute to the couple who died in Friday's terrorist attack.
He's remembered as a man who would go out of his way to help others.
Denis Thwaites, 70, and his wife Elaine, 69, had not been heard from since the attack.
In a message posted on their son-in-law Danny Clifford's Facebook page, their daughter Lindsey said: "Mum and Dad were the kindest, caring, loving parents any daughter could wish for. Rest in peace now my angels."
John Stollery, a 58 year old social worker from North Nottinghamshire, is the latest victim of the Tunisian terrorist attacks to be named.Read the full story ›
The Government has confirmed that 21 British people died in Friday's Tunisia terror attack - and nine other Britons are believed to have been killed.
Repatriations will begin tomorrow.
No 10 confirms 21 Britons now known to have died in Tunisia. Another 9 believed killed. Repatriations to start tmw.
No 10; 27 UK security staff now in Tunisia from Foreign Office, MOD and police.
Warwickshire Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision on the B4455 Fosseway, between Harwoods House and Moreton Morrell at around 2pm on Saturday 27th June.
A black motorcycle was travelling south after overtaking a blue Ford Mondeo, where it then crashed into a a blue and orange KTM motorcycle, which was travelling in the opposite direction. The rider of the triumph, a 66-year-old man from Rugby, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision to call 101, quoting incident 214 of 27th June.
Walsall FC fans are continuing to leave tributes outside the club to three Walsall supporters killed in the Tunisian beach resort attack.
19-year-old Joel Richards from Wednesbury was killed in the attack, along with his grandfather Patrick Evans and his uncle Adrian Evans. All three men were supporters of Walsall FC.
The floral tributes to the victims of the tourists murdered on a beach in a hotel in Tunisia have continued to build.
It is believed that around 30 Britons could have died in the attack on Friday, which left many more people injured, after a gunman opened fire on a crowded beach.
Eyewitnesses have claimed the Tunisian beach massacre may have been carried out by more than one attacker as authorities continue to quiz seven suspected associates of the gunman.
Tunisian interior minister Mohamed Gharsalli announced the arrests of several nationals allegedly linked to attacker Seifeddine Rezgui. They were arrested in at least three different cities and taken for questioning in the capital Tunis.
Authorities say Rezqui acted alone during the rampage in the resort of Sousse but had accomplices who supported him before, providing him with weapons and logistical support.
However, British tourists staying in the north African country claim they saw a second man carrying a gun and roaming the resort.
Research shows 48% of the population has been targeted by a scam and around half of victims have reported suffering ill health as a result.Read the full story ›
The family of 24-year-old Carly Lovett from Lincolnshire, who was killed in the Tunisia beach attack, have paid tribute to her.
The fashion blogger who studied at the University of Lincoln was on holiday with her fiancee.
Carly was and always will be our beautiful shining light; she was funny, clever, artistic and radiated love and happiness around her. Carly recently got engaged to Liam, her childhood sweetheart of 10 years. Both were excited and looking forward to a bright future together filled with love and happiness. This has now been cruelly taken away. To move forward through this we will try to do what we believe Carly would want and that is to love, cherish and support each other. The support received from family, friends and people we don’t know has been overwhelming and has been a great comfort to us all. Carly, may you soar with the angels and we pray with all our hearts that this evil, and such disregard for human life, will end so no other family will feel the pain that we do today and always will."