Greenpeace protester appeals to PM

Iain Rogers has been charged with piracy following a Greenpeace protest Credit: ITV News West Country

A man from Exeter who is being held in Russia for being part of a Greenpeace protest, has written to David Cameron to ask for help. Iain Rogers who's a maritime engineer is one of 30 people being charged with piracy.

His mother will also visit the Foreign Office in London today to discuss the case.

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Greenpeace activists out on bail

Greenpeace activists Kieron Bryan and Alex Harris from Devon have been freed on bail in Russia. They were among 30 arrested two months ago after an Arctic oil rig protest. Another Devon detainee - Iain Rogers - is likely to be bailed soon.