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Margaret Thatcher
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Margaret Thatcher[edit]

Overview
Margaret Thatcher
Prime Minister
Premiership of Margaret Thatcher
First ministry (1979–1983)
Second ministry (1983–1987)
Third ministry (1987–1990)
Thatcherism
Notable events from Thatcher's Premiership
Cold War
1981 Irish hunger strike
The lady's not for turning
Falklands War
Brighton hotel bombing
Opposition to trade unions
Miners' strike
Local Government Act
Westland affair
Sermon on the Mound
1988 broadcasting restrictions
Community Charge
Gulf War
General elections
1979 general election
1983 general election
1987 general election
Party elections
1975 election as Tory leader
1989 leadership election
1990 leadership election
Post-Premiership
Resignation Honours
Death and funeral
Family
Denis Thatcher
Mark Thatcher
Carol Thatcher
Alfred Roberts
Cultural depictions
Thatcher: The Final Days
The Falklands Play
The Long Walk to Finchley
Margaret
The Iron Lady
Other notable cultural depictions

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19 news items

The Local.it

The Local.it
Mon, 03 Aug 2015 06:00:47 -0700

As I point out in the book, Margaret Thatcher - love her or hate her - achieved a lasting change in Britain because she was determined to do things she believed were for the good, even if they proved unpopular. Berlusconi didn't really believe in ...

NPR

NPR
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 04:05:44 -0700

Early on in Charles Moore's biography of Margaret Thatcher, he describes a birthday party at which a school friend tells the future prime minister, "If you don't stop bossing us, I shall stamp on your foot." It's not hard to imagine that a great many ...
 
Washington Times
Mon, 14 Oct 2013 05:43:02 -0700

Among her beliefs: Mr. Obama is way too liberal for America, The Daily Caller reported, about the new book, “Margaret Thatcher on Leadership: Lessons for American Conservatives Today.” The book was penned by professional writer Stephen Thompson ...

Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Thu, 10 Oct 2013 14:58:29 -0700

In yesterday's extract from Jonathan Aitken's enthralling new biography of Margaret Thatcher, he revealed her obnoxious rudeness to her ministers. Today, he tells how this led to her downfall, and how she raged against those who betrayed her. Her ...

Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 03:41:53 -0700

Margaret Thatcher would have secretly 'cheered on' Ukip leader Nigel Farage for speaking out on immigration and Europe, ex-Tory Cabinet minister Jonathan Aitken has claimed. As the Conservatives brace themselves to be beaten by Ukip in May's ...

The Independent

The Independent
Tue, 04 Mar 2014 10:33:09 -0800

Aitken said that his book, Margaret Thatcher: Power and Personality, is the first to delve into the leader's later years and “the bit where she goes off the rails”. He describes the leader as bullying, insufferably rude, hubristic and a bigot who never ...

Get Surrey

Get Surrey
Wed, 30 Oct 2013 05:44:16 -0700

The event was part of the Guildford Book Festival and before his talk Mr Aitken spoke to Get Surrey about Mrs Thatcher's family and politics - the focus of his new book Margaret Thatcher: Power and Personality. Having started out as a journalist, Mr ...

Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk
Fri, 11 Oct 2013 23:31:14 -0700

Lady Thatcher “erupted in anger”, Carrington tells Jonathan Aitken, the former cabinet minister, in his book, Margaret Thatcher: Power and Personality, which will be published on October 24 . She spent the next 10 minutes denouncing the very idea of ...
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