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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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The Victoria and Albert Museum in London turned down the chance to showcase more than 300 personal possessions which belonged to Lady Thatcher.
Mc Manus explained: "Maggie Thatcher is on record as regarding the Irish as, 'shiftless, sniveling and spineless.
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.
It's been a dream for as long as I can remember," Thatcher said of representing the United States in the five-ring competition that comes along every four winters.
Pro-Zionism of Thatcher In her passing, some Arabs still resent her Zionist tendencies.
1970:Margaret Thatcher removes free school milk for the over-sevens.
I was a callow youth in the Thatcher era, probably self-identifying as left of centre--not socialist exactly--but certainly not Thatcherite either.
He leaves his mother, Barbara (Lucas) Thatcher of Northborough; a brother, Mark W.
Although subtitled 'The Politics and Social Upheaval of the Thatcher Era', the location of the book is very much high political, while Vinen seeks to plot a methodological middle way between biographical approaches to Thatcher and sociological approaches to Thatcherism (p.
FORMER Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher returned to 10 Downing Street yesterday to attend the unveiling of her portrait.
7 green, 30 feet from the hole, Roland Thatcher methodically ran through the preshot routine that has propelled him to the top of the Nationwide Tour money list.