LONDON (AFP) - More people in Britain oppose military action than support it to end the standoff over Iran's capture of 15 British military personnel in the Gulf, a pA survey for an ICM poll published in The Sunday Telegraph found that 48 percent of voters rejected force even as a "last resort," while 44 percent backed it if diplomacy failed.

The poll found that 40 percent of voters back the government's stance of pursuing diplomatic action to win the release of the 15 without issuing an apology.

Iran demands an apology after accusing the 15 of entering Iranian waters illegally on March 23
oll published at the weekend said.......


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