The mother of a British man missing in the Malaysian jungle has written to David Cameron to urge the Prime Minister to help her son Gareth Huntley.
As a father, you know that we'd do anything for our children and so I'm humbly asking that you make one phone call to help my missing son, Gareth.
Please do the right thing Prime Minister and make one phone call to the Malaysian leader to insist that they deploy real help to find Gareth before time runs out. He is out there in the jungle and he needs help.
We need boots on the ground, search teams and dogs so that we can bring our son back alive.
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