Parliament Slams David Cameron’s Role in Obama’s Libyan ‘S*** Show’

British Prime Minister David Cameron leaves at the end of the first day of an European Council leaders' meeting in Brussels, February 19, 2016. EU leaders head into a make-or-break summit sharply divided over difficult compromises needed to avoid Britain becoming the first country to crash out of the bloc. / AFP / Emmanuel DUNAND (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
The Foreign Affairs Select Committee of the British Parliament has published a scathing report on David Cameron’s intervention in Libya, finding it was “carried out with no proper intelligence analysis, drifted into an unannounced goal of regime change and shirked its moral responsibility to help reconstruct the country following the fall of Muammar Gaddafi,” as the UK Guardian puts it.