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26 January 2015, 05:00
The Prime Minister's exclusively told Heart he won't rest until the families of the flight MH17 victims get justice
It's now six months since the Malaysia Airlines plane came down in Ukraine, killing Newcastle fans John Alder and Liam Sweeney.
The Dutch Safety Board are carrying out the investigation into the tragedy, after previously having limited access to the crash site.
David Cameron told Heartl:
"I'm sure the Russians could really do more if they released all of the information they have.
I suspect they could put beyond doubt what we all suspect to be the case - that this was a plane shot down by a missile fired by separatists.
We'll do everything we can to help the Dutch. We're giving them all the information we have.
We'll keep the pressure on the separatists and the Russians and I hope that the final report will bring some closure."