Cameron Says “No Negotiation” Over Falklands

June 14, 2012

Prime Minister David Cameron, speaking on the 30th anniversary of Britain’s victory over Argentina in the Falkland Islands, said there would be “no negotiation” over the territory’s future. “When it comes to the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands, there will be absolutely no negotiation,” Cameron said in a speech in London. “This is not some game of global Monopoly, with nations passing a territory between them. It’s about the Islanders determining their own future.”

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