The Foreign and Commonwealth Office says its thoughts are with the family of a Scottish Borders man, who died in France.
Andrew Watt passed away in 2010, and his mother is campaigning for a full investigation to be held into his death.
Our thoughts remain with Mr Watt’s family as they continue to examine the circumstances of his death. The investigation into his death is a matter for the French authorities because we cannot interfere in the legal and judicial proceedings of another country, just as we would not allow them to interfere in the UK.
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