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A death sentence handed down in Bali to a British grandmother found guilty of drug trafficking has been condemned by the UK government.

Foreign Office minister Hugo Swire said the government objected and that appeal options were open to Lindsay Sandiford.

Sandiford, 56, was arrested at Bali’s airport in May 2012 after 4.8kg (10.6lb) of cocaine was found in her suitcase lining during a routine check.

She faces death by firing squad.

Any chance?

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