Lindsay Sandiford accuses UK of condoning death penalty


The British woman facing death by firing squad for drug smuggling in Bali has said the UK government is doing "very little" to support her. Lindsay Sandiford lost an appeal over the UK government's refusal to fund her appeal against her death sentence. She told the BBC the government's lack of help was "tantamount to condoning the death penalty". Sandiford, 56, has insisted she is innocent saying she was blackmailed into smuggling cocaine last May.