drug trafficking

Vulnerable children are being moved hundreds of miles from home, becoming magnets for paedophiles and drug gangs. Our leaders must take responsibility, writes Ann Coffey
A British grandmother who was coerced into trafficking drugs into Bali and cooperated with the authorities remains on death row in Bali as the British Government refuse to fund her defence.
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford may have lost one of her last chances to avoid the firing squad, as the new President
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Hundreds of Britons are locked up in squalid conditions overseas, without trial, for drug related offences that could carry
Prosecutors rejected the guilty pleas of two British women who attempted to smuggle £1.5 million worth of cocaine out of
Two women arrested on suspicion of trying to smuggle cocaine worth £1.5 million out of Peru have been formally charged, prosecutors
Those in favour of capital punishment point out that if it's so obvious it's worse than life imprisonment, then this harsher consequence should logically be a stronger deterrent to criminals. This is a major justification for the death penalty.
The British mother arrested in Bali on suspicion of drug trafficking has told how she cannot eat or sleep. Rachel Dougall