Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has given his reaction to Argentina's Olympics advert filmed on the Falkland Islands.
He told Sky News' Boulton & Co:
"I think it's tasteless, it's provocative and very insulting to the many British soldiers, sailors and airmen who gave their lives protecting the Falkland Islands.
"I also think it's a breach of one of the fundamental principles of the Olympics: that politics is set aside, that nobody should exploit the Olympic logo, the Olympic message, for political purposes.
"I hope the International Olympic Committee will be looking at that."
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