Meyer, Portillo, Blears and Kennedy on UK action in Libya

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Sir Christopher Meyer, former British ambassador to the US, explains how the UK and allies should be passing responsibility for intervention in Libya to Arab and African countries.

Michael Portillo said chances of long-term success were "fairly limited" and added "we are killing a lot of people" with little support at home for long-term action in north Africa.

Hazel Blears and Charles Kennedy give their view on the British role in Libya and the future of Col Gaddafi and the end strategy for the UK action

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