Julie asks Boris to help in Thai arrests case
0 Have your say Burnley MP Julie Cooper has asked Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to intervene in the case of four Burnley men who have been arrested in Thailand.
The men have reportedly been arrested in the south east Asian country after attempting to pass off fraudulent £20 notes.
The four men, were named by Bangkok press as Adam Carter (21) and Thomas Moore, Luke Swainston-Thomas and Bradley Turner, all aged 23.
Two of the families involved contacted Mrs Cooper for help.
She said: “I have asked the Foreign Secretary to intervene. I have also arranged an English speaking lawyer for the... read more
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