A minute’s silence has been held across the UK to remember the 38 people – including 30 Britons – killed in the Tunisia beach attack a week ago.
The Queen and Prime Minister David Cameron joined the silence, along with the families of the bereaved.
Tourists and Tunisians gathered at the scene of the attack in Sousse, where they linked arms to observe the pause.
Inquests into the deaths of the Britons are under way, while the bodies of more victims have arrived in the UK.
At noon the nation fell silent, with businesses, sporting events and places of worship pausing to mark the moment the killings took place.
Tears were shed as hundreds of employees observed the silence at the head office of the travel company whose customers made up the toll of British dead, while flags were flown at half mast on many official buildings.