Margaret Hilda Thatcher

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Thatcher, Margaret Hilda


Born Oct. 13, 1925. British political figure.

Thatcher was educated at Oxford University. She was first elected to Parliament in 1959 as a member of the Conservative Party. From 1961 to 1964 she was parliamentary secretary to the Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance, and from 1970 to 1974 she served as secretary of state for education and science in E. Heath’s cabinet. Thatcher became the leader of the Conservative Party in February 1975 and prime minister in May 1979.

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I could go on, AP of Prudhoe, where Margaret Hilda Thatcher is concerned, and well you know it.
Margaret Hilda Thatcher. Even the quaint,oldfashioned middle name isn't enough to soften the impact made by one of the strongest personalities of the modern age.
Resulta que Margaret Hilda Thatcher (nee Roberts en 1925) baronesa de Kesteven, que se desempeno como primera ministra del Reino Unido de 1979 a 1990, en los ultimos tiempos ha sufrido un gran numero de minitrombosis cerebrales y por prescripcion medica ha tenido que dejar de hablar en publico quizas para siempre, aunque muchos de sus correligionarios no lo piensan asi.
I will not forget Margaret Hilda Thatcher. Her statue should remain as a stark reminder of just how wrong the British electorate can be.
If that happens, no one will deserve to take more of the credit than Margaret Hilda Thatcher.
In the subsequent general election, one Margaret Hilda Thatcher became Prime Minister.
History itself will decide the pedigree of Margaret Hilda Thatcher and not the ill-informed scribblings of a Maggie fan like Nichol, or even a non-Maggie fan such as myself.
The words are those of Margaret Hilda Thatcher, then leader of Her Majesty's opposition, in 1978.
The words are those of one Margaret Hilda Thatcher, then Leader of Her Majesty's Opposition, on World In Action (Granada, 1978) - over 25 years ago.
Margaret Hilda Thatcher, born October 13, 1925, in Grantham, Lincolnshire, was Britain and Europe's first female Prime Minister, from 1979-90.