US may have accidentally helped to start Falklands war by encouraging Argentinians to invade island, admits ex-CIA chief

US may have accidentally helped to start Falklands war by encouraging Argentinians to invade islands, admits ex-CIA chiefCIA boss William Casey voiced concerns over Argentina's confidence in US Washington admitted they might have inadvertently encouraged Argentina | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 30 December 2012 The Americans admitted they may have inadvertently encouraged the Argentinians to invade the Falkland Islands, it emerged last night. The former head of the CIA privately confessed that Argentina may wrongly have believed its support for US covert operations in Central America would mean Washington's 'acquiescence' for the 1982 invasion

They say they are the most family friendly government ever. So why such cowardice on internet porn?

They say they are the most family friendly government ever. So why such cowardice on internet porn | UPDATED: 22:36 GMT, 16 December 2012 One of the most pressing anxieties of responsible parents is how to stop their children from accessing pornography on the internet

As David Cameron rejects automatic blocks on online porn, Deputy Labour Leader Harriet Harman bitterly attacks his "latest broken promise"

Harriet Harman: Children pore over sexual images as their parents watch Downton in the next room… yet ministers do nothing | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 15 December 2012 Deputy Labour Leader Harriet Harman says the Government is doing 'very little' about increasing numbers of children being exposed to online porn The internet has transformed our lives and brought many benefits

Tory MP who thanks God hes still alive

Tory MP who thanks God he’s still alive By Quentin Letts PUBLISHED: 22:34 GMT, 14 December 2012 | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 15 December 2012 Anglican faith: Previously a sporadic churchgoer, Mr Opperman has become an 'enthusiastic' member of the Church of England A backbench MP has undergone a religious transformation after recovering from a brain tumour. Guy Opperman (Con, Hexham), 47, was taken ill last year and told that even if he lived he might lose his speech, his eyesight and be paralysed

Amy Winehouse"s ex Reg Traviss cleared of rape

Former boyfriend of Amy Winehouse CLEARED of raping woman friend while she slept after drunken night outWoman claimed Reg Traviss attacked her after they had been drinkingBut jury agreed with his defence that New Year's Eve sex was consensualFilmmaker hit out at prosecutors and argued he should have been given anonymity during trial | UPDATED: 18:51 GMT, 13 December 2012 Not guilty: Reg Traviss pictured outside Southwark Crown Court after being cleared of rape on Thursday Amy Winehouse's former boyfriend today spoke out about the nine-month ordeal he suffered after being accused of raping a woman while she slept in his bed. Reg Traviss described his rape trial as being like a 'runaway train' as he celebrated walking free from Southwark Crown Court when a jury acquitted him of all charges

Jack Straw"s memoirs suggest former Labour leader John Smith had a drink problem

Straw's memoirs suggest former Labour leader John Smith had a drink problem | UPDATED: 09:18 GMT, 13 December 2012 Labour’s former Home Secretary Jack Straw suggests in his memoirs, Last Man Standing, that much-admired ex-leader John Smith, who died in 1994 aged 55, had a drink problem.

Straw"s memoirs suggest former Labour leader John Smith had a drink problem

Straw's memoirs suggest former Labour leader John Smith had a drink problem | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 12 December 2012 Labour’s former Home Secretary Jack Straw suggests in his memoirs, Last Man Standing, that much-admired ex-leader John Smith, who died in 1994 aged 55, had a drink problem. ‘It was not possible for someone that dependant on alcohol to determine, in advance, when he needed to be sober,’ he said on Radio 4 while publicising his book. But Smith’s friend and parliamentary neighbour, ex-Labour MP Tam Dalyell, says: ‘He did like a dram, but several veteran members of his constituency party have told me that, during 24 years as their MP, they never saw him the worse for wear.’ Open: Labour's former Home Secretary Jack Straw speaks out in his memoirs There has been some unpleasantness involving the 7th Earl of Durham, 51, who inherited the 12million estate of his father, former Tory minister Tony Lambton

Study find sense of smell the key to finding love

Strong sense of smell is the key to a happy and lasting relationship, scientists say Men without sense of smell have far fewer relationshipsWomen who can't smell lack confidence in their partnersOdour more important than looks for women | UPDATED: 10:55 GMT, 2 December 2012 Research has found men with no sense of smell have far fewer partners than those with, while women are said to place more importance on odour than looks when it comes to finding a soulmate It is said love is blind, but it seems the key to finding 'the one' lies not in the eyes but in your nostrils. New research suggests the way to a happy long-term union could be a good sense of smell, after a study looked for the first time at the importance of a healthy nose on our relationships