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The parents of five year-old Chloe Johnson have spoken to ITV London about the tragedy.
Chloe was found dead after going to play in a pool at the resort in Sharm-El-Sheikh.
Her parents say they were not given any professional help and were left for hours before an ambulance came to take her body away.
London's Metropolitan Police clarified it has not arrested anyone associated with a Pakistan political party following Imran Khan's comments that he held the British Government responsible for the killing of a senior politician:
We would like to clarify that the MPS has not arrested any individual associated with a Pakistan political party. 1 of 2.From @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
We continue to investigate complaints about alleged comments from an individual associated with Muttahida Qaumi Movement. 2 of 2.From @metpoliceuk on Twitter:
Mr Khan, who leads the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, has blamed the death on the Muttahida Quami Movement's leader Altaf Hussain, who lives in the UK .
Chloe Johnson, from Forest Hill in south east London, died in a waterpark at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Friday.
Her family say they are angry and hurt that more was not done to save her.
The family of the five year-old girl who died in a pool yesterday at the Egyptian report of Sharm-el-Sheikh have said they don't want a similar tragedy to happen to anyone else. It's thought Chloe Johnson from Forest Hill may have drowned when a wave machine was turned on. Piers Hopkirk reports.
The general manager of the Egyptian resort Coral Sea Waterworld, where a 5-year-old British girl drowned in the hotel's pool, has said that the Egyptian police and district attorney are working along with the hotel into the investigation. Ashraf Khalil said:
We are also, in collaboration with First Choice, flying in investigators from the UK today. We want to see the facts and the most important fact here is that our hearts and souls are with the family and with little Chloe.
We have moved them from the scene of the hotel so they can at least not be in premises where the accident happened. We are taking care of them so they are not bothered in this time of grief and we wish to express our deepest condolences to them.
We are sorry this has happened. When the investigation concludes we will be able to give answers.
Travel company First Choice has said it was working together with the hotel to find out what had happened to a five-year-old British girl who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt.
A spokeswoman said: "First Choice is currently carrying out a full investigation with the hotelier and resort team to understand how the incident occurred.
"At this time we are unable to speculate or comment further. Our priority is to provide support to the family at this extremely difficult time."
The family of a 5 year old British girl Chloe Johnston who died while on holiday in Egypt say they are "devastated" at their loss - and are demanding to why more wasn't done by lifeguards to help save her life. Chloe drowned in a swimming pool at the Carol Sea resort in Sharm El Sheikh.
Speaking to ITV News, Chloe's grandparents, April and Gordon said they couldn't understand why there weren't lifeguards on duty who could have pulled her from the water.
Reports in The Telegraph and The Mirror said that within days of drinking the methanol a woman, reported as reports as Cheznye Emmons, complained that she had lost her sight.
She went through the jungle to the nearest eye clinic, and was referred to a hospital in Sumatra, where she was placed in an induced coma.
Her parents flew to her bedside and made the decision to turn off her life support machine.
Indonesia has an alcohol tax of more than 200% on some products, which leads locals to brew their own home-made spirits.Methanol is a by-product of poor distillation techniques.