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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:The Falklands
Posted by: Huw Burford-Taylor
Date/Time: 24/03/15 14:16:00

The analogy doesn't really stand up though, the Isle of Wight is considerably closer to the UK mainland than 300 miles of your finest South Atlantic. The French are pretty sanguine about the channel islands being British, as from what I understand are an awful lot of Argentinians, it's just their tabloid press whipping things up as well.

As others have stated a charm offensive/soft power approach would be far more likely to achieve their desired result but requires the long term vision not evident amongst most politicos.

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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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