The family of a woman from Hull who is being held in an Egyptian prison have spoken of their 'devastation' at facing Christmas without her.
Laura Plummer, 33, could face the death penalty after being arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking in October. She was found to be carrying 290 tramadol and Naproxen tablets in her suitcase, which Laura says were for her partner’s back pain.
Laura's sister, Jayne Synclair, went out to Hurghada last week - but the pair were only allowed to spend two hours per day together.
As the family make preparations for Christmas, Laura's absence is particularly hard.
Jayne says Laura has to sleep on the floor and is surrounded by people don't speak English.
But jumpers and blankets from well-wishers, as well as cards and letter from as far away as the US and Australia, have given Laura a boost.
Nearly 60,000 people have signed a petition calling for Laura to be released, and the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been in personal contact with her family.
Laura is due to appear in court on Christmas Day, when her family hope she will be released.