Flt Lt Cunningham was killed at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire after he was accidentally ejected while his aircraft was on the ground
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Thursday 09 February 2012
Training for combat missions set to reignite debate over safety of his fellow troops
Wednesday 08 February 2012
The last surviving veteran of the First World War has died aged 110, two weeks away from her 111th birthday.
Tuesday 07 February 2012
The world's last surviving First World War service member has died aged 110.
Saturday 04 February 2012
As tensions rise in the South Atlantic, our man in Port Stanley, Governor >Nigel Haywood, remains remarkably sanguine. Graham Bound meets him
Friday 03 February 2012
Doubts raised over nursery scheme
Thursday 02 February 2012
The Duke of Cambridge has arrived in the Falklands amid simmering tensions between Britain and Argentina over the disputed islands.
Sunday 22 January 2012
Dunmore's historical novels have been compared to Tolstoy. This wartime ghost story is not in that league, but it does what it says on the dust jacket
Thursday 19 January 2012
Elite police and military teams joined forces today to give a first glimpse of Britain's biggest peacetime security operation.
Tuesday 17 January 2012
Gurkhas today claimed they were being unfairly targeted for cuts after the Ministry of Defence announced around one in 10 posts in the brigade will be axed.
Monday 16 January 2012
Sweeping troop cut numbers due to be revealed tomorrow point to a fundamental reshaping of Britain's army.
Friday 13 January 2012
As the eldest son of a legendary British and Commonwealth boxing champion, it was perhaps inevitable that Jack London would follow his father into the fight game. While he was undoubtedly a gifted exponent of the noble art, he is as well known for his contribution to the explosive events in Porthcawl more than 50 years ago that not only made world headlines but remain entrenched in sporting folklore.
Saturday 07 January 2012
More horror arrives in the mail.
Tuesday 20 December 2011
David Cameron flew into Afghanistan today to pay a pre-Christmas visit to troops - but his plans were left in tatters by bad weather.
Thursday 01 December 2011
Hundreds of mourners today paid their respects to an "enormously popular" Red Arrows pilot who died after being ejected from his jet at the team's base.
Monday 21 November 2011
The crafty king of FIFA acts like the hapless Louis XVI. Poor Sepp Blatter. So old, so paternalistic, so disconnected from the values of the egalitarian modern world. So European. So unlike the Brits, who this week have every reason to feel mighty proud. Here Blatter was excoriated for his obscene dismissal of racism on the pitch as something resolvable with a handshake. In other EU countries not an eyebrow was raised. They do not care. Britain has its own ignoble history of imperial exploitation but it has always produced extraordinary resisters and, after the US, has been at the forefront of legal sanctions against discrimination. Good black and white people together have struggled against racial iniquity for centuries.
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