Argentina's interest in the islands had been simmering for years before war broke out in South Atlantic
Downing Street plays down decision while Buenos Aires celebrates victory in the territorial dispute
From the Falklands war to financial deregulation and the poll tax, Thatcher transformed UK politics
Will we want Tony Blair to get a similar send-off? His claim to being a war leader is greater than Thatcher's
Broadcaster's argument for playing anti-Thatcher song contradicts its history of censorship
Britain's first and only female PM was a 'great PM and great Briton' says David Cameron
Why did Ed Miliband allow Labour, which is backed by many patriots, to pick O'Farrell for Eastleigh?
The campaign that has cost the Army 439 lives in Afghanistan was never endorsed by MPs
Jon Benjamin posted reference to lewd football song labelling Argentines 'gays' and 'cowards'
It is a matter of honour to ensure the dead from both sides are remembered with care and respect
Highlights from the latest tranche of MoD 'X-Files' released by the National Archives
PM clashes with President Cristina Kirchner and walks away when she offers him a package labelled 'Malvinas'
No veteran of the Falklands has ever commanded the army. Their absence has been dangerous for our Afghan and Iraqi operations
'Special relationship' with US only goes so far, says Max Hastings
As the 30th anniversary of the conflict approaches, we must prepare for a new Argentina-Brazil double act
A British soldier has been accused of cutting off the fingers of enemy dead. If guilty, he wouldn't be the first