Libya intervention: British forces played key role, says Cameron

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Prime minister suggests further military actions may lie ahead as Arab League members ‘toughen stance’ against Syria Libyan rebels stand on a missile at a military base destroyed by a Nato airstrike this week. Photograph: Goran Tomasevic/Reuters David Cameron has said “armchair generals” who criticised the government’s strategy in Libya had been proved wrong as he hailed Britain’s role in the intervention as “very significant”. The prime minister insisted Britain would remain a “full-spectrum player” in the future, despite defence cuts, and signalled further interventions may lie ahead as he revealed that some members of the Arab League were “toughening their stance” over the situation in…

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