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UK - MFA - Foreign Office advises caution in Thailand

The Foreign Office is advising British Nationals in Thailand to exercise extreme caution throughout the country.

A Foreign Office spokesperson said:

"The FCO yesterday changed its travel advice to advise against all but essential travel to the whole of Thailand. British Nationals should continue to exercise extreme caution throughout the country, and avoid demonstrations and large gatherings.

"This advice reflects the increasing tension in Thailand and our concern that violent incidents of an unpredictable nature are occurring in many parts of Thailand. The situation is volatile and we recommend that British nationals in Thailand or planning to travel to the country check the travel advice on the Embassy website regularly for details of further developments."

If you are in the UK and need information on the current political instability in Thailand, you can contact the Foreign Office (FCO) advice line on +44 207 008 0000.

If you are in Thailand and need information on the current political instability or require consular assistance, call the British Embassy on 02 305 8333.

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