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Deep inside a complex of secret tunnels in the Highlands stirs a sound which will reverberate through the ages. The world record for the longest echo ever discovered has been shattered by a hidden network of oil storage tanks in Rossshire.

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Héctor Marcos Timerman, Argentina's Foreign Minister, speaks at a press conference March 26, 2013 at United Nations headquarters in New York.

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The Foreign Minister took a swipe at Prime Minister David Cameron's Christmas message and the UK's colonial legacy 

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Thatcher's locks were as big a part of her image as her sensible handbag, but few knew just how long it took her to keep her famous barnet in check

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Former Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt warns of dangerous precedent created by Parliament's Syria vote

'There is now a question mark about what parliament actually will authorise military support for,' he told The Guardian

Argentina accused of ‘bullying’ oil firms

Britain has formally protested to Argentina over a threat to punish oil firms operating off the Falkland Islands with heavy fines, the seizure of assets and jail sentences of up to 15 years.

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Speedy Hire shares collapsed on Friday following Thursday night’s revelation that chief executive Steve Corcoran was out the door after accounting irregularities were revealed.

A 'Welcome to Falkland Islands' sign greets visitors

Argentina threatens jail sentences over Falkland Islands oil operations

Argentine embassy in London announces new laws to punish exploration it claims breeches a United Nations resolution

Footage shown to the court from a helmet camera of a Marine during a patrol in Afghanistan in which an insurgent was killed

Ex-general calls for leniency towards Royal Marine who killed Afghan fighter

One of Britain's most distinguished Royal Marines has called for leniency to be shown towards marine who shot injured Taliban fighter

The HM Naval Base in Portsmouth dockyard

Ian Burrell on Portsmouth hometown: Scuttling of 800-year-old institution is shameful

Most locals knew someone who worked there. Ian Burrell recalls growing up close to the dockyard

Sir Ian Sinclair: Lawyer who helped ease Britain’s entry into the EEC

Apart from Edward Heath himself, his negotiator-in-chief Geoffrey Ripon and the pivotal civil servant Sir Con O’Neill, no individual did more to facilitate the UK’s entry into the EEC than the Chief Legal Adviser to the Government, Sir Ian Sinclair.

Conservative Party conference: David Cameron hails influence of Margaret Thatcher

David Cameron hailed the influence of Margaret Thatcher on his approach today as he led Conservatives in a rousing tribute to the former prime minister.

Ralph Miliband and why the love of Britain comes in more than just one form

If you do not love the monarchy, then you are no patriot, the article implies 

British soldiers in Afghanistan check equipment that could prove harder to procure under the Government’s proposed ‘GoCo’ policy

Private sector 'will hold MoD to ransom': PCS union warns MPs over proposal to outsource defence procurement

The British government will be "held to ransom" by US and UK contractors if the Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, pushes through with far-reaching departmental reforms, union leaders have warned.

Curtiss (above, second from right) with other service chiefs during the Falklands war

Air Marshal Sir John Curtiss: Airman who served in the Berlin Airlift and the Falklands conflict

For the Falklands war, he ended formation flying to save fuel and ordered mid-air refuelling

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