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.
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