A critically ill British man may die in Cambodia after the government wouldn’t pay to fly him back

Charles McLaughlin is on life support with two blood clots on his brain in a 'basic' hospital in Cambodia.

The family of a critically ill man has launched a desperate appeal to raise £105,000 to bring him home to the UK after he suffered a massive stroke while travelling.

Charles McLaughlin is on life support with two blood clots on his brain in a hospital in Cambodia. The 38-year-old can only communicate by blinking and is unable to speak or breath by himself. His sister Jennifer Cross said she fears the 38-year-old may die being cared for in such “basic” facilities.

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