The family of a Durham University student who died in France in 2010 are demanding more help from the foreign office six months after a demonstration in London.
Andrew Watt's family believe the French investigation in to his death was flawed. They'll protest again next week.
A family from County Durham, whose son died suddenly in France, are calling for more help from the Foreign Office for people who've had a relative die abroad.
31-year-old Andrew Watt was found dead in a country lane 140 miles west of Paris in 2010.
His parents, Julie and Les Sheppard, say they had to battle with the French authorities to get information about what had happened.
They have organised a big demonstration in London due to take place later today.
Andrew Watt's mother, Julie Sheppard, says the Government is failing to help families whose loved ones die abroad.