The family of a north London man who is facing the death penalty in Ethiopia has said the government should be doing more to help get him home.
Andy Tsege, from Islington, who opposes the Ethiopian authorities, was seized in June and has been in solitary confinement ever since, his family says.
The Foreign Office says he is not being held “illegally”.
BBC London’s Charlotte Franks spoke to Mr Tsege’s partner Yemi Hailemariam, Maya Foa from human rights organisation Reprieve, and Andy’s sister Bezu Tsege.
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