British Deaths in Thailand need to be investigated by the British Government

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My son was killed on Koh Tao, Thailand in 2012, they say he had 'an accident' but things have never added up, the coroner in the UK would not use the words 'accident', statistics from the Farang Death Database, out of 562 deaths between 2008-2017, 95 are British, 87.37% are male, 106 are reported as road traffic accidents, 56 from falling and 89 from drowning, the Crime Suppression Division have now taken over the investigate into the latest death on the Island, the British Government need to take notice of what is happening to our children on these island and do something regarding further investigations into their deaths, Theresa May, this needs to be looked into NOW before any more lives are taken