"Today again the Union Jack flies over Port Stanley, and may it ever fly there. So we in the Falkland Islands and in Great Britain re-dedicate our lives to the cause of freedom and justice of people here and everywhere. We have given an example to the world, and hope to many of those who do not enjoy these great qualities. May we also act as a beacon of hope to them, that so long as we defend that which is ours now, they too one day may enjoy these great things." - Margaret Thatcher, Port Stanley Town Hall, Falkland Islands, 10th January 1983
According to the BBC, proposed new anti-terror laws could give police greater powers to stop and question anyone in the UK. The proposal, allowing police to ask people about their identity and movement, is among measures first considered by former Home Secretary John Reid. The new legislation would be similar to that already used in Northern Ireland.