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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

The new Falklands memorial was unveiled today in Staffordshire

New Falklands memorial unveiled in Staffordshire

A new national memorial to the 255 British soldiers, sailors and airmen killed during the Falklands War was officially unveiled today in the presence of relatives of some of those who lost their lives.

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Great Britain's men have avoided a meeting with controversial Argentina hockey midfielder Fernando Zylberberg later this month after he was omitted from the national squad.

Alex Danson (left) and Crista Cullen both suffered painful ends to yesterday’s match

Two injured as GB women beat Argentina in bruising hockey final

Two key Great Britain players suffered painful injuries – one ending the match on crutches – as the home side defeated the World Cup champions Argentina 2-0 in a bruising final to the Olympic women's hockey test tournament at the Riverbank Arena in London yesterday.

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John Kampfner: I wouldn't think Tony wants to Spice up his life

I have a confession to make that will destroy what cred I ever had. I loved the Spice Girls. When my daughters were small, they would sit glued to the box watching the glammy, glitzy airheads. I was gutted when I couldn't come with them to a concert, but I did make it to a Destiny's Child gig.

Falklands Olympic advert is a stunt, says William Hague

An Argentinian television advert showing an Olympic hopeful training on a British war memorial in the Falklands has been branded a "stunt" by William Hague.

David Walter: Journalist who also handled media matters for the Liberal Democrats

David Walter was a direct descendant of John Walter, founder of The Times, in a family that had produced more than one MP, while his mother was a cousin of Willie Whitelaw. So politics and the media were in his blood and it came as no surprise to his many friends that he spent his life in these fields. But though politicians and political journalists inhabit the same world, they are very different tribes, so it was highly unusual that he was able to operate at the highest level among both.

Argentina’s UK ambassador ambushes William Hague with questions on the Falklands

The occasion was today’s launch of the Foreign Office’s annual report on human rights, and William Hague was keen not to let the media monopolise the questioning. So he turned to a lady sitting on the front row, among the great and the good at Lancaster House

Borders & Southern taps investors for Falklands exploration

The Falkland Islands oil company Borders & Southern boosted its exploration funds by raising £46m in a share placing yesterday – just three days after disappointing results from its first wildcat well in the area pushed its shares down nearly a third.

Fears raised over 'inferior' Navy jets

Military planners have raised fears ministers may order inferior jets for the Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier to save money.

Venezuela attacks Britain's stance over Falklands

Venezuela has strongly criticised what it calls Britain's threats against Argentina as its South American ally intensifies its claim to the Falkland Islands.

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Ian Burrell: Intrusion is unpleasant – but sometimes it's justified

Intrusive as it sounds, a stranger being able to hack into a private email account and root around for information may sometimes be in the public interest. And journalists urgently need a public-interest defence so they can do just that.

Archie Bland: We've nothing to fear from Kirchner's condemnation

I find it uncomfortable to take a strong line on the Falklands. I always get anxious if I feel like I'm being especially patriotic, except about football. And in this instance, I also worry that I might be just seizing on the opportunity to disagree with Sean Penn, which is always hard enough to resist that it can distort your perspective.

UK condemns Buenos Aires British embassy attacks

The Government has condemned violent protesters who attacked the British Embassy in Buenos Aires on the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War.

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