Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab came under criticism today after meeting with the parents of a teenager killed in a traffic collision recently.

Harry Dunn died after being hit by a car that police said was driving on the wrong side of the road.

The primary suspect for the driver of the car is Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomat who later left the UK and returned to the US.

Since then, Harry's family have called for the UK government to intervene and ensure that she returns to Britain in order to cooperate with the police in their investigation into the fatal collision.

Yesterday (October 9) they met with Esher and Walton MP and Foreign Secretary Mr Raab about the case directly, but reportedly left disappointed.

"I can't see why we were invited to see Dominic Raab. We are no further forward than where we were last week," Harry's mother told Sky News.

Harry's Lawyer was even more forthcoming about the Foreign Secretary's meeting with the family.

"The feeling that we all got when we walked out of that room is that he didn't know his arse from his elbow," he told Victoria Derbyshire on BBC News.

"It was a catastrophically bad meeting," he added.

Both Mr Raab and Prime Minister Boris Johnson said they would reach out to the US government directly about the case.

In response to a request from the Comet, the Foreign Office sent this response from Mr Raab.

"I share the frustration of Harry’s mother and father. They have lost their son and the justice process is not being allowed to properly run its course.

"The Prime Minster has spoken to President Trump this evening about the case and made clear that what has happened is not acceptable," he said.

"We are continuing to press the US authorities for their cooperation to ensure the police can pursue this case unimpeded and to allow Harry’s family to get justice.

"We will use every avenue and opportunity open to us to try to right the wrong and allow the justice system to follow its natural course," the Esher and Walton MP added.

The Foreign Office also issued a statement on Mr Johnson's recent meeting with US President Donald Trump, revealing that the pair had discussed the case.

"The Prime Minister urged the President to reconsider the US position so the individual involved can return to the UK, cooperate with police and allow Harry’s family to receive justice.

"The President said he was fully aware of the case and deeply saddened by what has happened, and he expressed his condolences to Harry’s parents," a spokesperson said.