The brother of the BSkyB executive Nick Milligan has given a statement on the tragedy. Max Milligan described his brother as "an extremely loving father and husband".
"Nick, or Nico as he was known to us, was an extremely loving father and husband. As children and teenagers we spent many summers and New Year's Eves at New Polzeath here in Cornwall and a few years ago he built his dream home above Daymer Bay. That he and my delightful niece died at their favourite place at the end of a gloriously sunny bank holiday weekend provides us with a tiny glimmer of light. I'd like to thank Devon and Cornwall Police and all the staff at Derriford Hospital who have been incredible over the last few days."
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