A man accused of shooting dead a British holidaymaker on New Year's Eve in Thailand has appeared in court today.
Ekkapan Kaewkla, 26, is suspected of killing Stephen Ashton at a beach party at Koh Phangan.
Mr Ashton, 22, a former city trader from Purley, south London, was enjoying New Year celebrations when he was caught in the crossfire of a gunfight between rival gangs.
His relatives are due to meet the British ambassador to Thailand to make arrangements for his repatriation.
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