RAF fighter jets and UK submarine launch missile strikes on Gaddafi as David Cameron says attack ‘is legal and right’

RAF Tornado jets today joined the attack in Libya hours after British and American warships unleashed cruise missiles against Libya as the world finally turned on Colonel Gaddafi. Stormshadow missiles were launched from GR4 fast jets which had flown 3,000 miles from RAF Marham in Norfolk and back –

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the longest range bombing since the Falklands. A British nuclear-powered submarine was among the vessels in the central Mediterranean that targeted defences near Tripoli and the town of Misurata. A barrage of 112 Tomahawk cruise missiles hit over 20 locations.

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