Morrissey provokes Falkland Island arguement

The singer Morrissey has continued to provoke in the Falklands row after his band played a concert in Argentina in T-shirts that shouted the words ‘WE HATE WILLIAM AND KATE’ around a wedding photo of the royal couple. The 52-year-old former Smiths frontman repeated earlier controversial remarks to Argentine fans that the Falkland Islands were … [Read the full story]

Falkand Islands dispute gets nuclear

Argentina says it has information that Britain sent a nuclear armed submarine to the South Atlantic near the disputed Falkland Islands in the latest verbal salvo in a dispute in the territory. Argentina’s Foreign Minister Hector Timerman told reporters at the United Nations that a submarine called the Vanguard with nuclear weapons was recently sent … [Read the full story]

Not another corrupt dinosaur? says Buford

FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he knows the man who can help rid football’s governing body of corruption…former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger. Blatter ‘won’ another term in the top job this week and said he was determined to “put FIFA’s ship back onto the right course in clear, transparent waters”. His re-election was … [Read the full story]

Argentina still pissed off at Britain’s sovereignty over the Falklands

Argentina has launched a fresh diplomatic attack on Britain over the Falkland Islands, questioning whether the UK should keep its seat on the United Nations Security Council. Jorge Arguello, its ambassador to the UN, said Britain should no longer be guaranteed a place on the Security Council because of ‘having won a war 60 years … [Read the full story]

The Falklands War – could happen again very soon

Argentina is to double its military budget and regenerate its armed forces, sparking fears that it could mount a successful invasion of the Falklands. British Prime Minister, David Cameron, announced cuts that would result in Britain being unable to defend the islands if Argentina invaded. The South American country also plans to develop nuclear technology … [Read the full story]