Scot stranded in Cambodia after suffering massive stroke ‘handed death sentence by UK officials’ say family

Charles McLaughlin’s mother Esther says they need £100,000 to cover his treatment and bring him home but Foreign Office have refused crisis loan.

A desperate mum has accused government officials of handing her critically ill son a “death sentence” by refusing her a crisis loan to help bring him back to Scotland.

Charles McLaughlin’s mother Esther fears he won’t survive if he’s not flown back from Cambodia in the next few days for urgent treatment.

The 38-year-old suffered a massive stroke and is on life support with two blood clots on his brain.

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