Should the government pay for a British drug trafficker to appeal against her death sentence in Bali?
Lindsay Sandiford is taking the Foreign Office to court - saying she needs two and a half thousand pounds to cover her legal costs.
The government says it doesn't pay for foreign court cases - and has done all that it can to help.
What do you think? Is it our responsibility to help? She's a British national, after all. Or .. is this now a matter between HER and the Indonesian court?
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