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British Deaths In Thailand By Age And Circumstances

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British Deaths In Thailand By Age And Circumstances

The following information was released by the UK government by request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 detailing the number of British citizens who have died in Thailand between 2014 – 2016, broken down by age and circumstances of death.

The stats were first disclosed back in February 2017 and published yesterday, 16th August 2017, on the gov.uk website.

The information is first broken down by age groups: 0 – 15 years, 16 – 30 years, 31 – 50 years, 50+ years and finally age unknown.

Each age group then lists the cause of death for the three years, 2014, 2015 and 2016, by one of 12 causes: Accidental – Drowning – Execution – Hospital – Missing – Murder or Manslaughter – Natural – None – Road Traffic Accident – Suicide – Unknown – In Custody.

British national deaths in Thailand, broken down by age: 0 – 15 years

British citizens who have died in Thailand

British national deaths in Thailand, broken down by age: 16 – 30 years

British citizens who have died in Thailand

British national deaths in Thailand, broken down by age: 31 – 50 years

British citizens who have died in Thailand

British national deaths in Thailand, broken down by age: 50+ years

British citizens who have died in Thailand

British national deaths in Thailand, broken down by age: Unknown

British citizens who have died in Thailand


[1] ‘Death – None’ means the FCO have no further information
[2] ‘Death – Unknown’ means the cause of death is not known

While the stats make for some interesting reading, I fear the Unknown figures will have the conspiracy theorists up all night and churning out more unfounded fairy tales for the next six months.

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