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Oil company 'restores semblance of security'

Yesterday the Today Programme talked to oil worker James Coyle, who is stuck in a desert camp in Libya with hundreds of others, surrounded by armed lawless mobs and desperate to leave the country.

James Coyle's boss Gavin de Salis, chairman of OPS International, gives his views on the difficult situation faced by his employees.

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