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The Foreign Office put out a statement denying Megrahi's release was linked to trade deals after Gadaffi's son told Libyan television the convicted bomber's case was raised during talks over oil and gas.
No deal has been made between the UK government and Libya in relation to Megrahi and any commercial interests in the country. However, European governments including Britain have been lobbying hard for business in Libya as it emerges from years of sanctions.
Oil giants BP and Shell are among several British firms hoping to make big profits in the desert country. Yesterday Downing Street confirmed that Gordon Brown had written to the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, calling on Libya to "act with sensitivity" and to ensure a "low-key return" for al-Megrahi.
But hours after Britain sent the letter, Megrahi was cheered by hundreds of supporters, some waving Scottish flags, as he landed at Tripoli airport accompanied by Gaddafi's son. Gaddafi's decision to meet the bomber this morning is a further snub to Brown and is likely to draw condemnation form the Foreign Office, which made clear yesterday it would be monitoring Libyan conduct. Megrahi vowed in an interview with the Times newspaper yesterday that he would present new evidence before he died exonerating him of any involvement in Lockerbie.
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Robert Gibbs, Barack Obama's spokesman, said: We continue to express our condolences to the families that lost a loved one as a result of this terrorist murder. In an interview from his home in Tripoli yesterday, Megrahi denied he or Libya itself were responsible for the Lockerbie bombing.
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