The brother of a British man missing in the Malaysian jungle has urged the Prime Minister to put "real boots on the ground".
Gareth Huntley's brother Mark said: "The media response has been hugely appreciated but we need real action now to find Gareth.
"We need real boots on the ground in Malaysia. We need real pressure from William Hague at the Foreign Office. So far we haven't heard a word from him or David Cameron.
"Gareth's been missing now for five days and he's alone in the jungle. This was a man working out there as a wildlife volunteer - he deserves our assistance."
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