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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:The Falklands
Posted by: Adam Beamish
Date/Time: 24/03/15 14:09:00

Yep, quite correct, hence why I alluded to that in my post.  But nonetheless it is a geographical oddity, and I'm sure if the roles were reversed (i.e. the Isle of Wight was full of Argentinians) we'd be just as unhappy about it being Argentinian as the Argentinian mainland is at the current situation, and the Sun wouldn't be quite so eager to produce "Gotcha" headlines to keep the plankton happy.

And it has to be said that the Falklands War was a convenient game changer in terms of Maggie being re-elected the following year.

I say all that coming from a very pro-Maggie family, and my Dad, bless him, is a fan of Farage !.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
The Falklands24/03/15 12:44:00 Pete Mayes
   Re:The Falklands24/03/15 13:13:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 13:15:00 Michael Brown
         Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:37:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 13:44:00 Adam Beamish
         Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 13:54:00 Huw Burford-Taylor
            Re:Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:09:00 Adam Beamish
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:16:00 Huw Burford-Taylor
               Re:Geographical Oddities24/03/15 14:35:00 Richard Greenhough
   Re:The Falklands24/03/15 13:50:00 Huw Burford-Taylor
   Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:08:00 Ken Munn
      Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:37:00 Andy Pease
         Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:49:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 14:47:00 Richard Greenhough
         Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 15:23:00 Phil Kay
            Re:Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 16:38:00 bobby osborne
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:The Falklands24/03/15 19:57:00 Carl Wynne

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