Is enough being done to help stranded Britons in Libya?
Prime Minister David Cameron has apologised for the government's handling of the evacuation of British nationals from Libya. Should more be done to solve the crisis?
A plane chartered by oil companies for employees, with 78 passengers, has arrived at Gatwick and a government-chartered flight has also left Libya. A meeting of Cobra, the government's emergency planning committee, is being chaired by the Foreign Secretary William Hague.
Several other countries, including France, Russia and the Netherlands have already evacuated some of their citizens. However some stranded Britons have accused the government of doing nothing to help them.
Has the government's response been adequate so far? Is enough being done to help Britons stranded in Libya? Are you or members of your family based in the region?
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