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Asked whether we were at the tipping point in Libya, the PMS responded that we had seen some progress over the weekend which was welcome. The PMS added that the Government had been saying for some time that it thought the NATO operation was proving successful in eroding Qadhaffi’s ability to wage war against his own people. The PMS said that Britain would continue to apply that pressure and would be patient and persistent until Qadhaffi stopped brutalising his people.

Put that this weekend was the second anniversary of the release of the Lockerbie bomber and asked whether the Prime Minister would support his re-incarceration, the PMS said that at moment the Government was completely focussed on applying pressure to the Qadhaffi regime.

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