Travel Weekly’s Ben Ireland reports from inquests at The Royal Courts of Justice in London, into the deaths of 30 British nationals in Sousse, Tunisia on June 26 2015

Tui call centre staff ‘mistook Sousse massacre witness’ alteration rights’

Customer expected Thomson to flag up high risk of terrorism

Thomson agent quizzed about selling Tunisia

Thomson agent denies advising family Tunisia was ‘100% safe’

Thomson ‘warned online customers of FCO advice on payment screen’

Tunisia issues plea for help in fighting deprivation

Tui hotels ‘had no dedicated security plan’

Health and safety audit ‘did not include security checks’

Tui destination manager feared ‘hotel scenario’

Imperial Marhaba ‘had six working CCTV cameras’

Authorities had plans for new tourist police squadron prior to attack

FCO stance queried by Tui legal chief

Operators ‘carried out no security assessments

Foreign Office called for increased security measures

Bargain prices hailed as ‘great success’ before attack

Footage of holidaymakers fleeing gunman shown to court

Inquests begin at Royal Courts of Justice