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National Minute's Silence to Mark Anniversary of Tunisia Terror Attacks
 
National Minute's Silence to Mark Anniversary of Tunisia Terror Attacks

National Minute's Silence to Mark Anniversary of Tunisia Terror Attacks

4:57 pm Friday, 24 June 2016  
The Government have announced that there will be a national one minute silence in government buildings across the UK and in British Embassies overseas at 12noon on Monday, 27th June, in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack in Tunisian holiday resort of Sousse almost a year ago.
The Government have announced that there will be a national one minute silence in government buildings across the UK and in British Embassies overseas at 12noon on Monday, 27th June, in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack in Tunisian holiday resort of Sousse almost a year ago.

Walsall supporters Joel Richards, his Uncle Adrian Evans and Grandfather Charles 'Patrick' Evans were among those killed during the attacks and will no doubt be remembered by Saddlers fans across the world as we mark this sad anniversary.

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