The families of three Londoners jailed in Dubai on drug charges are now awaiting the outcome of today's talks between David Cameron and the country's president.
The Prime Minister has promised to raise their case at their Downing Street meeting.
The men say they were tortured by police - a claim denied by the authorities in Dubai.
Ronke Phillips reports.
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