The UK Prime Minister has today faced calls to launch an independent investigation into the murders of Jerseyman David Miller and Briton Hannah Witheridge.
The pair were killed in Thailand last month.
At Number 10 today, campaigners handed a petition with more than 100,000 signatures.
They're concerned two Burmese men may have been forced into confessing to the killings.
Meanwhile Jersey's government says it won't make it's own represenations to Thailand, but supports any moves by the UK.
David Miller from Jersey, and Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk were found dead on a beach in Thailand in September 2014.
The Miller have told ITV News they are against the death penalty issued to the two men convicted of David's murder. The pair are appealing.
A human rights activist defending the men found guilty of murdering David Miller says the 'botched' investigation can't prove their guilt.