Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh MP today raised the situation facing the Graham Family from Bankfoot, Perthshire in a question to the Prime Minister in Parliament this afternoon.
Following his Statement to the House of Commons, the Ochil and South Perthshire MP asked David Cameron to set out the challenges that authorities in Tunisia have faced in identifying all those caught up in the terrorist incident last Friday. Ms Ahmed-Sheikh is the constituency MP for Holly Graham whose parents, Billy and Lisa Graham, are missing following the terrorist attack on their hotel Friday.
Speaking after the Statement, Ms Ahmed-Sheikh said:
“This is a tragic situation, and my thoughts and best wishes are with all the Graham family today.
“I spoke to Holly Graham yesterday and again this morning to offer my help to the family in any way I can. I know that she is grateful for the support she has received from the media and public, as well as Police Scotland’s liaison officers who have been with her since yesterday.
“I’ll continue to work with the local MSP John Swinney and the Foreign Office to make sure that the family are well supported and fully informed about the situation as we get more information.”
Prime Minister David Cameron said: “We are doing everything we can, we have people working around the clock in Tunisia and in the UK”