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Foreign Secretary William Hague has said “it is time” for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to step down.
His comments came after the airlift of 150 oil workers, many of them British, from desert camps in Libya. About 300 British nationals remain stranded.
Speaking on the BBC Andrew Marr programme, Mr Hague said: “Of course, it is time for Colonel Gaddafi to go, that is the best hope for Libya.”