The FCO advise against all but essential travel to the rest of Tunisia:
Vacations cancelled and people flown home will come at a price and presumably the British government will pick up the tab. Holiday makers looking for an alternative vacation destination will swell numbers in other Mediterranean countries and beyond; but these days are we 10% save anywhere? In truth were we ever?
If tourism slumps in Tunisia staff employed in the leisure industry will be without work and without money; a perfect scenario for bad feeling against the west and against the country's government.
The Tunisian government has vowed to erect a wall along its long border with Libya but that is a monumental task and will not solve the problem of home-grown terrorists.
British tourists also visit Morocco, another country which could be hit by a terror attack, but at time of writing the travel advice to that country is unchanged.
In March we reported “Foreign tourists killed in deadly Tunis museum siege."
If you are British and in Tunisia Friday's advice is 'get the hell home'.