'Not enough done' in St Lucia murder
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Surrey parents say authorities are 'not doing enough' for St Lucia murder

The family of a businessman who was murdered in the Caribbean seven months ago, are claiming the British government is failing to do enough to help them get justice.

Oliver Gobat's parents say police in St Lucia lack the resources to properly investigate his contract killing and are hoping detectives from Surrey Police will be allowed to visit the island to provide specialist advice.

BBC London's home affairs correspondent Guy Smith spoke to Helen and Theo Gobat, Oliver's parents.

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  • 20 Nov 2014