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Labour leader offers condolences to Sally Adey's family

Labour leader Ed Miliband has said his "thoughts and deep condolences" are with the family of British woman, Sally Adey, and all the victims of a terror attack at a museum in Tunisia.

He described the attack as "a despicable act of terrorism."

Shropshire woman killed in Tunisia terror attack named

A woman from Shropshire who was killed in the terror attack in Tunisia has been named as Sally Adey.

Sally Adey Credit: BPM Media

The retired solicitor, who was raised in Lincoln, was one of 18 terrorist victims killed at the Bardo Museum yesterday.

It is understood that the 57-year-old and husband Robert were passengers on the MSC Splendido cruise ship which arrived in Tunis on Wednesday morning.

We will do everything we can to help the family of the British woman murdered in Tunisia. We will not let terrorists undermine democracy.”

– Prime Minister David Cameron

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PM: We must fight extremism with everything we have

Prime Minister David Cameron has said "his heart goes out" to the family of British woman Sally Adey who was killed in the terror attack at a museum in the Tunisian capital yesterday.

Mr Cameron added: "This is the latest example of extremist terror and we have to fight it with everything we have."

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Husband of UK woman killed in Tunis 'with her at time' but 'unharmed'

The husband of 57-year-old Sally Adey, the British woman killed in the Tunisia terror attack, was with her on an excursion to the Bardo museum but is understood to be unharmed.

Robert Adey is reportedly receiving consular assistance from the UK embassy in Tunis and next of kin have been informed.

Plane crash happened after aborted landing following wind change

A pilot who was seriously injured after crashing into a bungalow in Lincolnshire had been trying to abort his landing because of a change in wind conditions.

The plane perched against a bungalow Credit: Clever Coop Company

The Air Accident Investigation Bureau report said after touching down on a short runway, the pilot realised he wouldn't be able to stop before hitting a fence.

He tried to take off again but failed to get high enough. The crash happened near Castle Bytham last November.

Read more: Pilot injured after plane crashes into bungalow

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RAF jet crash caused by "imperfections" in nose cap

The RAF jet crashed in Lincolnshire Credit: ITV News Anglia

It's been revealed that an RAF Lakenheath fighter jet crashed near Spalding in Lincolnshire because of imperfections in the plane's nose cap.

The aircraft came down in a field at Weston Hills on October 8th 2014. The pilot managed to eject himself to safety. No-one was hurt.

Now, a report by an Aircraft Investigation Board has found that a combination of two issues- imperfections in the jet's nose cap and the angle that the plane was flying at caused it to crash.

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