UK will not seek compensation from Libya for £200m cost of supporting Revolution
By George Grant.
A Royal Air Force Typhoon FGR4 pilot signals to ground crew as he prepares to fly to Libya from Gioia del Colle in Italy, 7 June 2011. (Photo: Royal Air Force)
Tripoli, 28 November:
The British Government will not seek to recoup the £200 million (400 million dinar) cost of last . . .
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