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All 30 of the British victims of last Friday's Tunisian beach attack have now returned home, after an RAF plane made its final journey to repatriate their bodies today.
ITV News Correspondent Harry Smith reports:
The bodies of four Scottish nationals killed in the beach terror attack in Tunisia last week have been returned to their families.
Following an inquest at West London Coroner's Court earlier today the remains of William Graham, 51, and his 50-year-old wife Lisa were released to relatives and will be taken back to Scotland at the family's request.
The bodies of James and Ann McQuire, 66 and 63, who were both fatally shot in the chest, were also released to their families after the conclusion of the inquest.
The bodies of the final five Britons to be repatriated after being killed in the Tunisian beach attack have arrived home today.
Military personnel solemnly marked the return of the bodies of Lisa Burbidge, Stuart Cullen, Christopher Dyer, Bruce Wilkinson and Claire Windass as they silently carried them off the plane which brought them back to the UK.
The final five Britons killed in Tunisia's beach terror attack have been repatriated to the UK this afternoon.
The bodies of Lisa Burbidge, Stuart Cullen, Christopher Dyer, Bruce Wilkinson and Claire Windass were flown home by RAF plane and landed at Brize Norton just after 3pm.
Thirty Britons were among 38 tourists killed by gunman Seifeddine Rezgui on a beach in the resort of Sousse last Friday.
Tunisia has declared a state of emergency, over a week after 38 foreign tourists - 30 of them British - died in the beach terror attack in Sousse.
A state of emergency temporarily gives the government more flexibility and the army and police more authority, and restricts the right of public assembly.
The funeral has been held for the Irish nurse who was murdered in the Tunisia beach attack.
Lorna Carty, from Co Meath, was on holiday with her husband to help him recover from heart surgery.
The mother-of-two will be remembered for her goodness and kindness, her funeral mass has heard.
Thousands packed into and around the Church of the Assumption in close-knit Robinstown, Co Meath, for the service.
Yesterday, the only child of a couple from Athlone, in the Irish midlands, who were murdered in the attack buried her parents on her birthday.
Larry and Martina Hayes, a couple in their 50s, were hours from returning home from their annual holiday when they were gunned down in the beach massacre.
The Foreign Office confirmed the final five bodies being returned today are Lisa Burbidge, Stuart Cullen, Christopher Dyer, Bruce Wilkinson and Claire Windass.
They will arrive on an RAF C-17 aircraft at RAF Brize Norton at about 3pm.