Falklands policy falls into two distinct periods under the Thatcher administration. The first ran from May 1979, when the Government took office, to January 1981, when it decided to abandon sovereignty negotiations. The second ran from January 1981 to 2 April 1982, when Argentina seized the Islands.
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