A critically ill British man may die in Cambodia after the government wouldn’t pay to fly him back

The family of a critically ill man has launched a desperate appeal to raise £105,000 to bring him home to the UK after he suffered a massive stroke while travelling.

Charles McLaughlin is on life support with two blood clots on his brain in a hospital in Cambodia. The 38-year-old can only communicate by blinking and is unable to speak or breath by himself. His sister Jennifer Cross said she fears the 38-year-old may die being cared for in such “basic” facilities.

Read the full story: https://inews.co.uk/inews-lifestyle/people/family-of-man-critically-ill-in-cambodia-fear-he-will-die-if-hes-not-flown-back-to-the-uk-but-the-government-has-refused-a-loan/

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