UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced there will be a nationwide minute’s silence held to remember those who lost their lives in the Tunisia beach massacre.
The silence will take place on Friday (July 3) at midday – one week after the shooting which killed a total of 38 people.
The official UK death toll currently stands at 18, but it is expected to rise to around 30.
Downing Street has also revealed that all Britons injured in the attack will be returned to the UK within 24 hours.
In a speech in the House of Commons today, following a minute’s silence held by MPs, the prime minister described the attack as “brutal and sickening”.
Earlier today, David Cameron described the fight against Islamic State (ISIS) as “the struggle of our generation”.