The mother of a British man missing in the Malaysian jungle has asked Prime Minister David Cameron to "make one phone call" to the country's leader "before time runs out".
Janet Southwell said "real help" was needed to find Gareth Huntley, who has not been seen since he went on a trek to visit a waterfall in Tioman Island, off the south eastern coast of the country's mainland, on Tuesday morning.
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