28 May '11, 11am

Apache helicopters poised to hit #Libya: Nato is poised to deploy attack helicopters over #Libya for the first time...

Nato is poised to deploy attack helicopters over Libya for the first time as the international community tries to intensify pressure on Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to give up power. Prime Minister David Cameron has confirmed that British Apache helicopters will join the latest offensive, which comes amid intelligence reports that the dictator's behaviour is becoming increasingly erratic. The Libyan regime was looking completely isolated on the world stage after Russia joined Western calls for Gaddafi to step down. But there are those who are concerned that the deployment of Apaches represent a further escalation of the conflict. John Baron, the only Conservative MP to oppose intervention in Libya in a parliamentary vote in March, warned that Britain was "getting down further and further into this conflict". Mr Cameron said yesterday he had thought "very carefully" before takin...

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