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3 July 2015, 09:28
The grieving son of a Tunisia terror attack victim from Staffordshire is expecting his mother's body to be among those repatriated today.
In an emotional tribute Conor Fulford, whose mother was victim Sue Davey from Staffordshire, said he was "ready to go meet my mom with my family''.
The bodies of several more Britons are expected to be flown back to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire today.
Mr Fulford, speaking on Twitter late last night, said: "Tough Day Tomorrow.
"Finally ready to go meet my mom with my family and i cannot sleep thinking about it.''
He added: "I got told the dress code earlier, I got told smart / casual but my mom is coming off that plane and let me tell you I'm not casual.
"I've decided only a three piece suit would do her justice - used to tell me all the time to make sure I looked smart no matter what.
"So when she is carried off that aircraft she'll be looking thinking 'There's my boy'.
"See you tomorrow Mom.
"Love you Lots, Mom's Little Soldier.''
Ms Davey was killed in the attack in the Tunisian resort of Sousse alongside her partner Scott Chalkley, from Derby, who was also fatally injured.
In all there were 30 Britons killed in the beach massacre, with the bodies of 17 so far flown back to the UK.
A minute's silence is due to be held for the victims across the country later.
The British victims were among the 38 holidaymakers killed by Seifeddine Rezgui when he opened fire in the popular coastal tourist resort.