THE Malton survivor of the Tunisian terrorist attack of 2015 has attended the unveiling of a permanent national memorial to British victims of overseas terrorism.

Steve Walls, whose story featured in Thursday's Press, was among nearly 300 people at the ceremony at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, attended by Prince Charles and politicians including Home Secretary Sajid Javid and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Mr Walls said he spoke for a couple of minutes with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, adding: “He was interested in my story.”

The memorial, entitled Still Water, is an elliptical-shaped pool surrounded by woodland.