Daily uk news Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Critics said it was 'a slap in the face' for the 255 British troops who died in the 1982 conflict. The globes list the British territory as the 'Islas Malvinas' followed by 'Falkland Islands' in brackets.

Daily uk news Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - Critics said it was 'a slap in the face' for the 255 British troops who died in the 1982 conflict. The globes list the British territory as the 'Islas Malvinas' followed by 'Falkland Islands' in brackets.

Daily uk news  Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com
01 August 2020 - 15:48

Breaking News ! Marks & Spencer has caused outrage by selling globes renaming the Falkland Islands using their Argentinian name - as critics say it is snubbing British troops.  Critics said it was 'a slap in the face' for the 255 British troops who died in the 1982 conflict over the South Atlantic islands.The globes lists the British territory as the 'Islas Malvinas' followed by 'Falkland Islands' in brackets.  Marks & Spencer has caused outrage by selling globes, pictured, renaming the Falkland Islands using their Argentinian name. Critics said it was 'a slap in the face' for the 255 British troops who died in the 1982 conflictThey also say the capital is 'Puerto Argentino' with its correct name, Stanley, in brackets alongside the words 'claimed by Arg and UK'. The globe comes in two sizes, for £39.50 and £49.50, and is sold both in stores and online. Falklands veteran Simon Weston, 58, who was badly burned in the conflict, said that M&S selling the globe was 'crass stupidity'.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Royal Navy Falklands war veteran is reunited with his medals... 'I'm still Captain Tom.

.. NOT Sir Tom': Fundraising hero is... Share this article Share The globes lists the British territory as the 'Islas Malvinas' followed by 'Falkland Islands' in brackets as well as saying the capital is 'Puerto Argentino' with its correct name, Stanley, in bracketsHe said: 'If you're going to provide an educational tool then it has to be factually correct. 'How can you educate when the globe is wrong and it is being sold in British stores which means British youngsters get the wrong information?' Retired police officer Andrew Magowan, who spotted a globe at an M&S in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, said it was a 'slap in the face to the brave service personnel'.    Falklands veteran Simon Weston, 58, who was badly burned in the conflict, said that M&S selling the globe was 'crass stupidity'. M&S said they will review the product Roger Edwards, who served with the SAS in the Falklands War and is a member of the islands' legislative council, said that misunderstandings like these 'occasionally crop up'. He says this is the result of 'decades of Argentine misinformation'.    M&S said that they will review the product following the backlash.A spokesperson said: 'This is a decorative item. However, we take all customer feedback on board and we will review the product.'

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Daily uk news Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com


Daily uk news Outrage as M&S RENAMES the Falkland Islands on globe as the 'Malvinas' in 'slap in the face' for British troops who died in 1982 war  MetiNews.Com

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