June 14th marks 35 years since the end of the Falklands War, in which 649 Argentine soldiers, 255 British military personnel, and three Falkland Islanders died during the hostilities. For many of our servicemen who fought in the short but bloody conflict, it was only the beginning of a larger battle to come.
It is not the fault of the EU that we choose to elect Governments more interested in hedge fund managers than providing social housing. It is not the fault of the EU that we demonise poor people for political purposes. There is another way of being a great country and that is by looking after those with the least - and the EU isn't stopping us from doing that either.
Gibraltar wants to remain in the European Union even if the United Kingdom voted to leave. Gibraltar can please itself. Nowhere
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The yomp will follow the original route of the Royal Marines 45 Commando group, taking in many of the battlefield scenes. Carrying all their supplies with them, the businessmen, more used to boardrooms than bogs, will spend four nights camping out to complete their challenge.
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