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Mary Wakefield

Libya is imploding. Why doesn't David Cameron care?

The Prime Minister's 'happy place' has become very unhappy indeed

15 March 2014

9:00 AM

15 March 2014

9:00 AM

A few days ago I went to a talk about Syria; one of those events for the concerned layman, in which a panel of experts give a briefing. Everything sounded depressingly familiar until expert number three piped up: I hear people blame Saudi Arabia and Qatar for the Islamists in Syria, he said, but in fact, they more often come from Libya.

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