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Thatcher

Margaret (Hilda), Baroness (née Roberts). born 1925, British stateswoman; leader of the Conservative Party (1975--90); prime minister (1979--90)
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Who would think of a Maggie Thatcher connection while staying in the charming Loganberry Inn B&B, adjacent to America's National Churchill Museum in little Fulton, Missouri?
5-times life-size bronze statue of Margaret Thatcher had been proposed for the site.
Thatcher succeeded Ted Heath as a repudiation of, and antidote to, the corporate state.
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London turned down the chance to showcase more than 300 personal possessions which belonged to Lady Thatcher.
Mrs Thatcher remained popular in the US long after her resignation as prime minister in 1990.
The stickers - which were placed over the sign as a protest against The S**'s support for Mrs Thatcher during the 1980s and against the national newspaper's coverage over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster - were placed on it a few hours after it was unveiled at an official ceremony on Monday.
Nick Thatcher is cycling to the 19 football grounds, where he and his late son watched their beloved Cardiff City.
8220;Northern Michigan has such an impressive array of artists and designers, and Becky Thatcher Designs is a cornerstone of that creative community,” says Deborah Wyatt Fellows, founder and president of MyNorth Media.
London, Sept 29 ( ANI ): The ashes of former British Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher were reportedly interred in the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Chelsea in a service which was attended by her family and close friends.
The Iron Lady: Margaret Thatcher, from Grocer's Daughter to Prime Minister.
IN an attempt to bring in some balance, I think it only fair to look at the record of both the Thatcher and Labour governments.
Wales, which has always been the bottom of the pile, took a battering under Thatcher when the mining communities of the South Wales Valleys were devastated.