British PM Wants to Re-evaluate Vehicle Safety After Three Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

Britain's "paid a high price" for its work in Afghanistan, Cameron said


The Prime Minister promised to re-assess the safety of the vehicles, which he once described as the "best-known protections" against bombs.

Speaking on the BBC's World at One, he said the armoured patrol cars have a "pretty good record of withstanding blasts from IEDs [improvised explosive devices]".