Growing up under Alex Ferguson was a bit like growing up under John Howard or Maggie Thatcher or Franco, depending where you hail from. It's amazing to think there are United fans under 30 who have known no other manager. How will they adjust to ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
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Maggie, Maggie, Maggie; dead, dead, dead!? chanted the crowds in Brixton and Glasgow. Oh yes, Maggie Thatcher was certainly "divisive", to use the cop-out employed by writers too tired of the awfulness to engage with it. Thatcher's death was always ...Property Junction, 6 days ago Maggie Maggie Maggie, wanted out out out Spectator, 1 week ago CPS: The Maggies - a new political award for parliamentarians and the media PoliticsHome, 3 weeks ago Maggie: She's into Rigoletto, she's into Zubin Mehta Arts Journal, 1 month ago
It is more than 30 years since Margaret Thatcher became our first female prime minister, trailblazing the way for women, changing the rules and smashing the glass ceiling. Although we don't buy that for a moment, it is worth considering what this ...Jewish Chronicle, 4 weeks ago An alternative soundtrack for Maggie Thatcher's funeral Foreign Policy Magazine, 1 month ago STYLE: Maggie Thatcher, an image cast in iron BDlive, 1 month ago Prime Minister Thatcher's Funeral Is Wednesday Redstate, 1 month ago
London - It's certainly not the kind of legacy many prime ministers can expect to have. Since Margaret Thatcher's death earlier this month, scores of women have been paying tribute to her in a rather unexpected way by adopting her hairstyle. One ...IOL, 2 weeks ago Thatcher Vs. Australia's Hawke The Globalist, 4 weeks ago Thatcher funeral 'party' in city BBC, 1 month ago Our Desk: Maggie and the Hong Kong conundrum Macau Daily Times, 1 month ago
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Anti-Thatcherite buyers send track shooting up the Irish pop charts The controversial song used to celebrate Maggie Thatchers death by her opponents is now soaring up the charts in Ireland and wont be banned from the national airwaves. Judy Garlands ...Irish Central, 1 month ago BBC in Thatcher death song row Japan Times, 1 month ago BBC in death song ding-dong with Thatcher fans Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago Anti-Margaret Thatcher song is BBC headache Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
Editor's note: Damian Barr runs London's award-winning Literary Salon, and ReadingWeekend.co.uk. His book "Maggie & Me" will be published exclusively as an e-book in the United States by Bloomsbury on April 25. Follow Barr on Twitter @damian_barr.CNN, 1 month ago Not turning back on Thatcher CNN, 1 month ago Why I didn't turn my back on Margaret Thatcher CNN, 1 month ago
Former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died last week and it seems everyone has an opinion and many of those opinions would appear to be less than positive. Aging anarchists and spotty students have been crawling out of the woodwork to celebrate ...Jakarta Globe, 1 month ago Imagine if Thatcher was never PM? CNN, 1 month ago UK without Thatcher: History rewritten CNN, 1 month ago What if? What UK might have been like without Thatcher CNN, 1 month ago
Maggie Thatcher's radical agenda that divided the United Kingdom was also the political revolution of lower middle-class England. Farrukh Dhondy writes.Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
There is but one Wicked Witch in all the Land of Oz -- the one who lives in the West. Is Maggie Thatcher, the Iron Lady, the mother and prophetess of this new golden age of oligarchy and cryptocracy? Given her posthumous prestige, we may answer by the aff
There is but one Wicked Witch in all the Land of Oz -- the one who lives in the West. Is Maggie Thatcher, the famous iron lady, the mother and prophetess of this new golden age of oligarchy and cryptocracy? Given her posthumous prestige, we may ...Pravda, 1 month ago A Tale of Three Women: Funicello, Pulitzer and Thatcher New York Times, 1 month ago
Sir Richard Branson freely admits Margaret Thatcher made him the billionaire he is today. Without her privatisation programme "I would never have been able to set up Virgin Atlantic or many of my other companies", he says. "She laid the ground for ...This is Money, 1 month ago Branson: 'I owe my success to Thatcher' NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago
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