A true rapprochement can only happen when the thorny issues that still beset the Anglo Libyan relationship are resolved. The apparent thorns include the UK victims of "Libyan semtex"; WPc Yvonne Fletcher; the Libyan victims of UK WWII land mines; reconciliation of outstanding Lockerbie issues; the Benghazi victims of the US Air Force bombing raid; and trade disputes going back to the days of the Revolution.
Uh, guy? Some of these things are not like the others. You want to lump people- very unfortunately, no question- injured by old mines with terrorist victims? You want to conflate a bombing raid against a terrorist-supporting government with the bombs of terrorists? Screw you, Mr. McCue.
In case it escaped your notice, a whole lot of people fell victim to mines in WWII and after; and to errant aerial bombs and artillery shells. You want to feel guilty about it, go right ahead, but don't expect the rest of the country to play. The US launched the raid on Libya because their nutcase dictator was supporting terrorism that killed US citizens; they want to wail about it, tell them to wail at their dictator for causing the raid.