Dozens of mourners gathered outside Vicarage Road to observe a minute silence for Watford FC supporter Chris Dyer murdered in the Tunisia terror attack.

Around 50 people came to an unofficial tribute for the electrical engineer and martial arts enthusiast outside the stadium to remember Chris and the other victims of the Sousse massacre.

Chris' wife Gina Van Dort, who was shot in the chin as she fled the gunman, was flown back to the UK on Tuesday. She remains in hospital.

A service was also held outside Watford Town Hall and the flag lowered in tribute to Chris.

A nationwide silence was observed at noon - a week after the outrage - and flags will be flown at half-mast over Whitehall departments and Buckingham Palace.