EMOTIONS will be running high today when the first of the victims of the Tunisia terror attack are brought back home to their loved ones.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has accused the Scottish Government of not "coming clean" on its welfare plans.
A SCOTS holidaymaker has told how he used tablecloths to treat people wounded in the Tunisian beach massacre which killed 38 people, including it is believed, around 30 British tourists.
Eyewitnesses have claimed the Tunisian beach massacre may have been carried out by more than one attacker as authorities continue to quiz seven suspected associates of the gunman.
The bodies of Britons killed in the Tunisia beach massacre are set to begin returning tomorrow, as it was confirmed the UK death toll is expected to reach 30.