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UK national inquiry into anti-terrorism says will consider allegations of cozy links to Libya
LONDON (AP) ' Prime Minister David Cameron says a national inquiry into anti-terrorism policy will examine allegations of cozy ties between British intelligence and Moammar Gadhafi's regime.
Cameron said on Monday that the panel, led by a retired judge, will consider new claims that "relations between the British and Libyan security services became too close."
Security documents discovered after the fall of Tripoli disclose sometimes embarrassing details of the ties between British and American spies and their Libyan counterparts.
Cameron also told legislators that NATO would continue its air patrols until "the job was done," and help Libya's opposition bring Gadhafi to justice.
He said there must be "no pampered hiding place from justice" for Gadhafi.