Libya

In 2011 the UK government froze millions of pounds worth of Libyan assets. In April of that year , the National Transitional Council, the Libyan Spring revolutionary committee, promised to pay compensation to UK citizens. The NTC did this at the height of Operation Ellamay, the Franco British action to constrain Gadafy. The operation cost the UK £212 million and put RAF lives at risk. The promised money has not been paid and the UK government refuses to release the frozen money to compensate victims of Libya’s semtex. Justice?

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