「How the Foreign Office can help in the case of a British national dying abroad in suspicious circumstances:
offer support and information to families travelling abroad following a murder or to attend a trial.
provide more practical support where we judge a need e.g. in a country where the legal system is very different to in the UK or where the family does not speak the local language, FCO staff can help arrange and attend an initial round of meetings with authorities.
accompany the bereaved to their first day of a trial and verdict.
lobby where we judge a local delay or decision creates significant distress for the bereaved, ensuring that we do not interfere in the investigation or judicial processes in that country」
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「If you are a dual British national in the state of your other nationality (for example, a dual
US-British national in the US), we would not normally offer you support or get involved in dealings between you and the authorities of that state. We may make an exception to this rule if,
having looked at the circumstances of the case, we consider that there is a special humanitarian
reason to do so. These circumstances might include cases involving minors, forced marriages
or an offence which carries the death penalty. However, the help we can provide will depend on the circumstances and the state of your other nationality agreeing to it.」