Death row British-born Tamil heroin smuggler to be executed in Bali

London-born Myuran Sukumaran, 34, who moved to Australia with his family, will be in the next group to face a firing squad

A British-born heroin smuggler on death row in Bali is to be executed.

London-born Myuran Sukumaran, 34 – who moved to Australia with his family – will be in the next group to face a firing squad.

He and fellow Aussie Andrew Chan have lost their appeals for clemency.

The pair, ring leaders of a gang trafficking heroin to Australia, have been on death row since 2006.

No date has been set, they will get just three days’ notice.

They were arrested after an Aussie police tip.

British gran Lindsay Sandiford is also on death row in Bali for smuggling £1.6million of cocaine has pleaded to Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond for help, warning her time “is running out”.

The 57-year-old could face a firing squad in weeks and has written to Mr Hammondahead of his trip to Indonesia this month.

Sandiford, of Cheltenham, Glos, has no money for lawyers and claims to have had little Foreign Office help.