Britain is “united in shock and grief”, prime minister David Cameron has said, as it emerging the British death toll in the Tunisian attack will rise above 30.
A total of 38 people were killed by a gunman with links to Islamic State extremists on a beach near Sousse reported BBC.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, David Cameron urged a fightback, vowing the UK would show “unshakeable resolve” in dealing with extremism.
He stressed the need to reject those who condone the “extremist narrative”.
Tributes are counting to be paid to the British victims,who include three generations of the same family, university graduates and a husband who died trying to shield his wife.
A number of British tourists remain missing, with their relatives continuing to face an agonising wait for news.