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Should Britain take military action against Argentina if tensions over the Falklands escalates?

David Cameron today marks the the 30th anniversary of the invasion of the Falklands with a reaffirmation of Britain’s determination to uphold the islanders’ right to determine their own future.

Three decades after Argentinian troops seized the islands’ capital, Port Stanley, Mr Cameron paid tribute to the Task Force sent by Margaret Thatcher to take them back.

However, in a gesture of reconciliation, the Prime Minister said it should be a day to remember both the 649 Argentinians who died in the conflict as well as the 255 British armed forces personnel.