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The mother of Grant Cameron, one of the men jailed in Dubai, told Sky News she had seen her son for two hours last week.
Tracy Cameron said he is being held in a maximum security prison in what are "quite harsh conditions", but that he has access to exercise.
The mother of one of the men jailed sentenced to four years in prison after being found guilty of drug offences has told Daybreak she is "absolutely ecstatic".
Three British men have been found guilty of drugs offences by a court in Dubai and sentenced to four years in prison.
Grant Cameron and Suneet Jeerh, both 25, and Karl Williams, 26, were arrested while on holiday in July last year after police claimed to have found drugs in their car.
They allege that they were tortured by police officers after their arrest.
The mother of a British man accused of drug offences in Dubai has spoken of her "sheer horror" when told of his alleged torture by police.
Tracy Cameron's son Grant and his friends Suneet Jeerh and Karl Williams were arrested while on holiday last year by police who claimed to have found a quantity of a synthetic cannabis known as "spice" in their car.
They have claimed that they were beaten and given electric shocks.
Ms Cameron told the BBC: "Grant sustained electric shocks to his torso and I believe Suneet had shocks administered to him to the back of his head and his back."
"I believe all boys had guns held to their head - they were told they were going to die."
The men have denied charged of "consumption and possession with intent to distribute". A verdict in their trial is expected tomorrow.
The Prime Minister has expressed concern about the treatment of three British tourists who allege they were tortured by police in Dubai into making confessions, ahead of a state visit by the region's rulers .
Grant Cameron and Karl Williams both from London and Suneet Jeerh were detained on the 10th July 2012 and claim they were subjected to beatings and electric shocks.
United Arab Emirates authorities have consistently denied that the men were tortured by the police.
In a letter to the human rights charity Reprieve, David Cameron said: "Our concerns about the allegations of torture…have been repeatedly raised with the Emirati authorities. We continue to press for evidence of a full, impartial and independent investigation.”
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Three British men jailed in Dubai claimed they were tortured by police. Here are three other cases of Brits subjected to torture abroad.
Three British men from East London have been given four year jail sentences for drug offences by a court in Dubai this morning.