A small cafe in Cheltenham is serving up what could be, the world's most expensive bacon butty, costing £150.
Inside the Bali prison where British woman Lindsay Sandiford is being held after being sentenced to death for drug trafficking.
A series of controlled explosions have taken place in Cheltenham after two men were rearrested this morning on terrorism offences.
– Reprieve, Human rights charity
She is clearly not a drug kingpin - she has no money to pay for a lawyer, for the travel costs of defence witnesses or even for essentials like food and water.
She has co-operated fully with the Indonesian authorities but has been sentenced to death while the gang operating in the UK, Thailand and Indonesia remain free to target other vulnerable people.
Lindsay must file an appeal within the next 14 days and it is vital that the British Government do everything possible to support Lindsay's appeal against the death sentence.
Lindsay Sandiford's MP says the sentence has come as a shock to a lot of people, and he's aiming to raise the issue with Foreign Secretary, William Hague. Martin Horwood, the MP for Cheltenham where Lindsay Sandiford once lived, said the death penalty should be a thing of the past:
This is not the way that a country that now values democracy and human rights should really be behaving. I imagine all those who know Lindsay will be extremely worried and concerned about this development.
When the prosecutors asked for something less than the death sentence, for a custodial sentence, then I guess I'm afraid some of us perhaps relaxed a little and this has come as a real shock that the judges have actually delivered a sentence which is obviously much, much harsher than the one that was actually requested by prosecutors.
A lawyer for Lindsay Sandiford tells ITV News she will appeal.
Lindsay Sandiford, who is originally from Redcar in Teesside, was arrested in May after police in Bali said they found 10.6lb of cocaine in the lining of her suitcase.
– A spokeswoman for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
We can confirm that a British national is facing the death penalty in Indonesia.
We remain in close contact with that national and continue to provide consular assistance.
The UK remains strongly opposed to the death penalty in all circumstances.
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