Baroness Thatcher met Falkland veterans and unveiled a commemorative arch in Hampshire on Saturday to mark the 25th anniversary of the conflict.
Striking teachers and public workers tossed eggs and flour at President Nestor Kirchner's sister on Saturday, jostling the Cabinet minister as she visited the president's home province of Santa Cruz.
Eleven British police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man wrongly suspected of being a suicide bomber will not face disciplinary action.
The governor of the Patagonia province of Santa Cruz resigned Thursday following three weeks of provincial employees and teachers' protests which have caused political chaos in Argentine President Nestor Kirchner's stronghold.
Barrow in Furness shipyard expects 20.000 visitors for the Falkland Islands war 25 commemoration next month. The event will come off the back of the launch of the first Astute class submarine on Friday June 8, reports the northwest Evening Mail.
British Members of Parliament from Devon are calling for an urgent meeting with the new owners of Devonport Dockyard to discuss the site's future. Engineering group Babcock International is buying the naval dockyard in Plymouth in a £350m deal.
Argentina accused United Kingdom on Thursday of wrongly counting the Falkland Islands' greenhouse gases in its national data during a United Nations climate conference in Germany.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced Thursday he will stand down on June 27. He made the announcement in a speech to party activists in his Sedgefield constituency, after earlier briefing the Cabinet on his plans.
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Gordon Brown kicked off his Labour leadership campaign as Tony Blair finally offered a full endorsement.