The family of a man from Durham who died in France say they were astounded to be refused information about his case, because it could damage relations between Britain and France.
The Foreign Office won't disclose some correspondence about the death of 31 year old Andrew Watt. His Mother, Julie Sheppard and Stepfather Les, who live in Selkirk say their fight will go on for answers about how and why he died. Hannah McNulty reports.
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