David Cameron has told ITV News Libya faces a "long road" to genuine democracy during his visit to the capital Tripoli. The Libyan authorities also confirmed they will be giving visas to the police officers investigating the Lockerbie bombing.
Speaking to our Political Editor Tom Bradby, David Cameron insisted that Britain's involvement in Libya had been worth it.
The Prime Minister said the UK helped get rid of a "brutal dictator", who gave explosives to the IRA and helped blow up an airliner over Lockerbie. But Mr Cameron added it would be a "long road" to genuine democracy.