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Shop assistant Laura Plummer, from Hull, was sentenced to three years in jail on Boxing Day for travelling to the Middle Eastern country with Tramadol pills in her suitcase.

Laura has also said she is now 'getting along with' her fellow inmates in Hurghada after sharing out the food given to her by family members.

'It was an absolute farce, what happened to her.' But Jayne said it is difficult for her to postpone the visit for too long because Laura is expecting her sisters' arrival.

She explained: 'We need to sort the flights out because mum told Laura we're coming and she's excited for that.' Discussing Laura's current situation, Jayne said she is 'distraught' - but has at least established a better relationship with her fellow inmates.

Instead it challenged the regime to honour the terms of a £150 million-a-year EU 'Association Agreement', under which Egypt is committed to push through political and economic reforms in return for trade concessions and financial aid.She was previously beaten up and robbed by other prisoners, with her family saying she was being targeted because 'she is foreign'.Yesterday her distraught mother, Roberta Synclair, took a seven-hour round trip to the notorious Qena prison before being told her daughter was actually in the same city she had departed from.She was told on Wednesday her daughter was in Safaga, but when she arrived was told she was in Qena and then when she went to Qena Because of the 'farce' endured by Roberta - she was told on Wednesday her daughter was in Safaga, but when she arrived was told she was in Qena and then when she went to Qena on Thursday was told Laura was in Hurghada - the Foreign Office has warned the family against travel any time soon.Jayne Synclair, 40, told Mail Online: 'They told us not to book flights because they said she might be moved again and we'll be messed about like mum was.The Committee to Protect Journalists, a New York-based media watchdog, said it had recorded 24 detentions of journalists, 21 assaults and five cases in which equipment was detained over a 24-hour period.