British citizens heading to Thailand stand a greater chance of being arrested while there than in any other country, according to official UK government data. "The Land of Smiles", as Thailand is sometimes known, saw some 194 Britons arrested or detained within its borders during the 2015/2016 period, the equivalent of 45 arrests per 100,000 visits, according to data compiled by Statista, a Hamburg, Germany-based international research company, which in turn obtained them from the UK government's latest Helping British Nationals Abroad report. The UAE was the second-most-likely destin...
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