David Cameron's foreign policy in Libya and Middle East examined

Middle East troubles have put David Cameron's foreign policy objectives into sharp focus with some analysts arguing it appears to be confused.

The PM came to power declaring there would be a break from the interventionist policies of the previous government, and his foreign policy would focus on trade.

David Thompson gets reaction from Danny Finkelstein of The Times and Sir Christopher Meyer, former ambassador to the US.

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