Tony and Christine Callaghan, who were both injured in the attack, said they were angered to learn of the slow response by security forces.Read the full story ›
The relatives of the 30 Britons killed in the Tunisia beach terror attack in June 2015 have arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice in London to hear the inquest deliver its findings.
Families of those killed have called for a "neglect" verdict arguing travel firms failed to protect their loved ones.
Andrew Ritchie QC, counsel to the families of the victims, said Tunisian authorities had taken the terror risk to tourists seriously, but that hotel operators had not.
The inquest, which began on January 16, seeks to determine how much the UK government and travel firms knew about the risk of an attack on tourists holidaying in the area.
Families of those killed have called for a "neglect" verdict arguing holiday firms failed to protect their loved ones.Read the full story ›
The inquest into the deaths of 30 Britons heard that lives could have been saved and the slow response of security "amounts to an offence".Read the full story ›
Paul Thompson told an inquest that there were "special deals" on offer for Tunisia holidays just weeks after the attack on the Bardo Museum.Read the full story ›
The fiance of Carly Lovett, who was killed in the Tunisia attack, performed mouth-to mouth as tried to save her life, an inquest heard.Read the full story ›
Owen Richards was 16 when a terrorist killed his brother, grandfather and uncle in their hotel on a family holiday.Read the full story ›
The unnamed Tunisian man, 36, is being held on suspicion of supporting a foreign terrorist organisation.Read the full story ›
Lisa Burbidge was among 30 Brits killed in the Sousse terror attack in June 2015 - but her friend survived by hiding in a toilet.Read the full story ›
James McQuire died after the ambulance he was in sat motionless outside a hotel for 20 minutes, an inquest into the Sousse attack heard.Read the full story ›