A statue of Margaret Thatcher has been erected inÂ theÂ Falkland Islands, a move sure to upset the Argies.
A statue honouring Margaret Thatcher has been unveiled in the Falkland Islands for the first time.
The tribute to the former Prime Minister – who lead Britain to victory in the 1982 conflict to defend the islands – was revealed in the island’s capital Stanley on Saturday.
After Baroness Thatcher died in 2013 the population of the Falkland Islands were consulted about how they wished to commemorate the leader.
The overwhelming response was for a statue which was unveiled at a ceremony on what is Margaret Thatcher Day on the island by her son Sir Mark Thatcher.
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