The wife of an ex-soldier jailed for five years in India is making a personal plea to David Cameron to intervene.
Paul Towers from Bootle is one of six Britons sentenced after the discovery of guns and ammunition on their ship which had docked there. Mr Towers and another man from the North West, Ray Tindall, from Chester were working as anti-piracy security guards.
They've been held in the country since 2013. The Foreign Office say there is a 90 day window for an appeal. His wife Ann insists her husband has done nothing wrong.
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