Families of Tunisia beach attack victims to sue travel company

Families ‘cannot rest or move on’ as coroner finds 30 Britons were unlawfully killed but rejects argument Thomson neglected tourists

The families of the British victims of a terror attack at a beach in Tunisia have been left “unable to rest or move on”, they said on Tuesday, as they vowed to sue the tour operator they hold responsible for their loss.

Speaking at the end of the seven-week inquest into the 2015 mass shooting at the Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse, the relatives of 22 of the victims accused Thomson Holidays’ owner Tui of putting “safety before a sale” after the coroner ruled that their relatives were unlawfully killed – but said he could not rule that neglect by the tour operator played a part.

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