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Anti-fracking protestors gathered outside Lancashire County Hall in Preston on Thursday

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Prime Minister calls on nation to show 'extraordinary resolve' to fight the growing threat posed by Islamic terrorism

Two tourists pay respects to victims of IS attack on beach in Sousse, Tunisia

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As tourists basked in the sun, enjoyed the cool blue waters and lay in the hot sand in the Tunisian resort of Sousse last Friday, little did they know that, moments later, out of nowhere, a shower of gunfire would tear their worlds apart.

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Tunisia attack: Mother of Leicester City player Marc Albrighton's partner killed in shootings

Leicester City Football Club offers condolances to its winger's family and that of partner Chloe

David Cameron said he had spoken to the Foreign Office team in Sousse

'I wish the BBC would stop calling it Islamic State' – David Cameron unleashes frustration at broadcaster

Prime Minister urges BBC to refer to 'barbarous' terrorist group as 'Isil'

Tunisia attack: Essex nurse claims second gunman was firing at the height of hotel shooting

Other eyewitnesses have backed-up the second gunman claims

David Cameron: The world must work together to combat the 'ancient barbarism' of Isis

Prime Minister assures all will be done to help the victims and to bring the dead back home

Researchers at the TUC calculate that a family with two children will receive £6.35 a week less in 2016-17

Two-child families to count the cost of freeze on child benefit, TUC claims

Research says such families will be £2,000 worse off by the next election

A family tree on the walls of the Castello di Nipozzano in Tuscany. Historic records now online reveal the criminal past of hundreds of thousands of Britons

Release of archived criminal records allows you to check for a 'black sheep' in your family tree

The digitisation of 1.9 million documents is a boon to amateur genealogists

Anti-fracking protesters wrote messages on a wall during a demonstration outside County Hall in Preston last week

Fracking: Energy Secretary's advisor received £5,000 election donation from company set to benefit from controversial technique

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‘If you show no mercy with us then why should we with you?’

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