Responding to news of the fatal plane crash in Nepal, which killed seven British people, Prime Minister David Cameron said: "It is an absolutely horrific incident and obviously I feel for the families concerned.
"We are doing everything we can to inform the next of kin. I know our ambassador in Nepal is on the case and on the spot dealing with it. Obviously we will have to find out exactly what happened.
"It is a deeply, deeply tragic case."
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