The inquest into the deaths of 30 British Tourists in June 2015 in Tunisia has concluded today that all 30 were unlawfully killed. They ruled that the response by police was woefully inadequate, at best hapless at worst cowardly. The Tunisian Government has asked for the travel advice to Tourists to be amended stating that Tunisia is not the same country now and that they have learnt from this tragedy. Indeed the head of tourism states Tunisia is now 100% safe for tourists! I'm not in any way reassured by this. It's acknowledged that up to 7,000 Tunisian men were fighting for Isis, many are now returning from Iraq and Libya through the back Door through unguarded border areas. In my view Tunisia remains a dangerous place for tourists. They certainly would not be able to reassure me of my safety there. In a country rife with corruption and secrecy how could anyone trust this information. The desire for tourists to boost the failing economy is so great I fear that they would say anything to bring tourists back. Of course Tunisia cannot mend its broken economy without investment, it's a catch 22, but so long as they bury their head in the sand about the real problems and challenges there I doubt that they will win back the confidence of Tourists. I don't want to go on holiday and constantly feel afraid. I don't know what the answer is, but as long as young radicalised angry disenfranchised unemployed young men are returning to Tunisia unchecked and free roam and to integrate with unsuspecting tourists then Tunisia is not somewhere I want to return too.