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The inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing hears from the loved ones of Philip Tron.
Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry "wanted to be together forever and now they are," their parents say.
Georgina Callander "lit up the room with her famous smile".
A group of performers from the West Midlands have hatched a plan to try to save the Christmas panto, despite coronavirus.
The Birmingham Stage Company says it'll stage drive-in performances at a number of places - with audience members watching the show from their vehicles and picking up the sound on their car radios.
The performance will be of Horrible Christmas, a pantomime inspired by the series of Horrible Histories children's books by Terry Deary.
The Car Park Panto show will visit locations including Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Cardiff.
Lisa Lees was "not just our mum, she was our best friend, too", her daughter tells a public inquiry.
Angelika and Marcin Klis were "so in love" her daughters tell a public inquiry.
Kelly Brewster had an offer accepted on a new home the morning she was killed, say her family.
The family of 19-year-old Courtney Boyle, from Gateshead, have been paying tribute to her at the Manchester Arena Inquiry.
Courtney and her mother's partner Philip Tron, 32, were killed in the Manchester Arena attack on 22 May.
The pair had travelled from the North East to pick up her sister after the Ariana Grande concert.
Courtney's mum Deborah Hutchinson has been reading her statement in court. She said: "She had become a gorgeous woman with a caring nature to match.
"It was the happiest I had seen my Courtney and she was loving life as a student."
Courtney was studying at Leeds Beckett University.
Deborah was in Manchester with Courtney the night she died.
I can still see my daughter's smile as she left the car that night. Knowing that her life has been cruelly taken from her, she had a beautiful heart and always put others first."
Sorrell Leczkowski "would light up the room, singing and dancing," says her mother.
John Atkinson's smile would "light the room up whenever he came through the door", his parents say.
Martyn Hett's father says his son's future was "so bright" before the Manchester Arena bomb.
Young people respond to recent restrictions in Bolton after a spike in coronavirus.