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Argentinian footballing legend airlifted to hospital following car crash with son Pablo confirming he has had 20 stitches in his head

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The second of three people killed in an avalanche in the Scottish Highlands has been named by the Ministry of Defence.

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William Hague has accused Argentina of "bullying and intimidatory" behaviour over the Falklands as he insisted the islands would remain British for centuries.

Argentinian foreign minister says 'not one single country' supports UK right to govern over Falkland Islands

Hector Timerman came to London to advance Argentina’s diplomatic offensive on the Falkland Islands. But such is the impasse between London and Buenos Aires, he was forced instead make his case from a sofa in his country’s Mayfair embassy.

The Union Jack flying over the British War Cemetry at San Carlos in the Falkland Islands

'We'll be running Falklands within 20 years': Argentine foreign minister expects to remove 'Las Malvinas' from British control soon

Hector Timerman accuses Britain of militarising the South Atlantic in a grab for oil and natural resources

We won't talk to colonists: Diplomatic row erupts after Argentina pulls out of talks with Britain over future of Falkland Islands

Argentine foreign minister described the Falkland Islanders as the 'colonists from the Malvinas'

Falklands veteran Simon Weston welcomes CRB verdict

Falklands veteran Simon Weston, who had to pull out of a police commissioner election because he had broken the law at 14, has welcomed the Court of Appeal ruling on criminal record checks.

Former Smiths singer, Morrisey (right) has revealed his admiration for UKIP leader Nigel Farage (left)

Morrissey: I nearly voted for Ukip. I like Nigel Farage a great deal

The Smiths frontman's latest outburst is not quite as bad as the time he lambasted the 'blustering jingoism' of the Olympics; or when he called the Chinese a 'subspecies'

Alasdair Milne, who began as a BBC trainee, was the first television producer to be appointed Director-General of the corporation

Alasdair Milne, Director-General who stood up to Thatcher, dies aged 82

He was a charismatic editorial figure, who served the BBC for 34 years

Quiet, steely and cricket-loving, Hart was much more used to settling disputes over a pint

Jack Hart: Trade unionist who took on the Tory government over the ban on unions at GCHQ

Jack Hart, a leading signals specialist, was an unlikely trade union activist, but on 25 January 1984, Hart, then chair of the committee representing all civil service trade union branches at GCHQ, was summoned to a meeting to be told that the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, had decided to ban all unions at the government's secret listening centre in Cheltenham, and at other listening posts. Workers had a choice of leaving their unions or being dismissed. Those who gave up their membership were to receive £1,000.

Bernard Stamm's fortunes continue to lurch from fair to storm in the Vendée Globe

The emotional barometer of Swiss solo sailor Bernard Stamm continues to lurch from fair to storm in the Vendée Globe singlehanded round the world race. At just over 1,000 miles from Cape Horn he was told that the rules jury was prepared to reconsider his disqualification for receiving outside assistance.

Cameron: Britain would fight another war with Argentina to keep the Falkland Islands

David Cameron has warned that he is ready to fight another war with Argentina to prevent that country seizing the Falkland Islands.

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Argentinian protesters disrupt cruise ship as tensions over Falklands rise

Argentinian protesters disrupted the cruise ship industry today as they demonstrated for the Falklands Islands to be handed over.

The Sun hits back at Argentina PM Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner with adverts saying Falklands want to be British

The Sun newspaper has published a full-page advert in an Argentinian paper warning the country's president to keep her “hands off” the Falkland Islands.

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