Military pomp is not right for an ex-prime minister's funeral

Tue 16 Apr, AT 09:34 Crispin Black

Will we want Tony Blair to get a similar send-off? His claim to being a war leader is greater than Thatcher's

BBC says it has a duty to play 'Ding Dong' song - but does it?

Fri 12 Apr, AT 12:05 Richard Jinman

Broadcaster's argument for playing anti-Thatcher song contradicts its history of censorship

Margaret Thatcher's legacy: her achievements and failures

Briefing Tue 9 Apr, AT 12:24

From financial deregulation to the right-to-buy scheme and the poll tax, Thatcher transformed the UK

Margaret Thatcher dies at 87 after suffering a stroke

First Reaction Mon 8 Apr, AT 13:43

Britain's first and only female PM was a 'great PM and great Briton' says David Cameron

John O'Farrell - the candidate who backed Argentine fascists

Wed 27 Feb, AT 11:49 Crispin Black

Why did Ed Miliband allow Labour, which is backed by many patriots, to pick O'Farrell for Eastleigh?

The Commons should always vote before we go to war

Fri 11 Jan, AT 08:02 Crispin Black

The campaign that has cost the Army 439 lives in Afghanistan was never endorsed by MPs

British ambassador to Chile - Jon Benjamin

'Gay Argentinians' tweet lands British ambassador in the soup

One-Minute Read Tue 16 Oct, AT 15:06

Jon Benjamin posted reference to lewd football song labelling Argentines 'gays' and 'cowards'

Crispin Black

No excuses for desecration of Argentines' Falklands cemetery

Wed 1 Aug, AT 12:52 Crispin Black

It is a matter of honour to ensure the dead from both sides are remembered with care and respect

UFO files: faceless humanoids spook Welsh hotel owner

Summary Thu 12 Jul, AT 10:59

Highlights from the latest tranche of MoD 'X-Files' released by the National Archives

President Cristina Kirchner

David Cameron walks away from Argentina's G20 Falklands 'stunt'

One-Minute Read Wed 20 Jun, AT 10:29

PM clashes with President Cristina Kirchner and walks away when she offers him a package labelled 'Malvinas'

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