The family of 57-year-old Sally Adey, who was killed in a terror attack at a museum in Tunisia, said they are "devastated at her loss"
Mrs Adey, who was a solicitor from Shropshire, was on a cruise excursion with her husband Robert who was unhurt in the attack.
Julia Holden, a partner at Shakespeares Solicitors in Birmingham and a close friend of the family, read a statement on their behalf which said: "Sally Adey was a much-loved daughter, wife and mother. The family are devastated by her loss. They are also saddened for others who have lost people they love, and for those who have been hurt."
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."
The attack in Tunisia was a despicable act of terrorism and it reinforces our determination to stand united against terrorist acts.
A woman from Shropshire who was killed in the terror attack in Tunisia has been named as Sally Adey.
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 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."
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.
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A pedestrian has died following a crash involving a Range Rover in Shropshire.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the A442 near Sutton Maddock shortly after 11pm last night.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A man who had a pre-existing medical condition and who witnessed the incident was taken to Princess Royal Hospital for a precautionary check-up. The driver of the car involved was checked-over and discharged at the scene.”
A 'large cordon' has been put in place and houses have been evacuated after a gas leak in Oswestry.
West Mercia Police have warned people to avoid the area around Church Street.
We have put a large cordon around a gas leak in Church Street, Oswestry & evacuations are taking place, please avoid the area for now.
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