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Thatcher's resignation shocked leaders in US, USSR: Archives

The resignation of Britain's first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1990 sent shockwaves among her allies in the US and then USSR, according to a secret Downing Street file released today. Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Evoking Reagan and Thatcher, May hails new UK-U.S. 'special relationship'

Evoking the closeness of U. S. President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May and Donald Trump shared a "warm conversation" at lunch on Friday to cement their own "special relationship", a source in May's team said.
 DNA3 weeks ago Donald Trump and Theresa May will 'build on legacy of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher' says UK ambassador   The Telegraph UK1 month ago

Fillon, the Margaret Thatcher admirer in France's presidential race

PARIS (Reuters) - Francois Fillon, centre-right candidate in France's presidential election as of Sunday and pollsters' favourite to win that vote next May, is a social conservative and free marketeer who wants to cut half a million public sector jobs.
 Reuters2 months ago National Front gears up for risky campaign against 'French Thatcher' | Reuters  First Post.com2 months ago François Fillon is the man to take on Le Pen in Frances 2017 presidential race  catchnews.com2 months ago
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Revealed: How Margaret Thatcher intervened to keep Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in prison 

he intervention came after it was suggested during her premiership that Myra Hindley might be put up for release in 1995 and Brady in 2005. The comments are contained in a note from Mrs Thatcher scrawled in blue ink which has been uncovered by Government ...
 The Telegraph UK4 days ago

Margaret Thatcher had car secretly taken to Chequers for test runs before she drove in front of cameras, documents show

he has been widely praised as being one of the most capable Prime Ministers of recent decades. But there was one thing aides were concerned about when it came to Margaret Thatcher - her driving. In fact, senior staff appeared to be so worried that she might ...
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago
The Telegraph UK

Margaret Thatcher enters Dictionary of National Biography with third longest entry ever

n a long and proud history, Britain has celebrated a veritable who's who of great public figures from Shakespeare to Wellington, with a plethora of kings and queens thrown in. Baroness Margaret Thatcher today takes her place in that official hall of fame, as ...
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago
The Telegraph UK

Margaret Thatcher's television training before cameras first broadcast from House of Commons revealed

eeks later on October 5, Mrs Thatcher attended the Commons for a filmed dry run, with the microphones turned off. A note in the archive dated October 6 from Dominic Morris, a private secretary, suggested that she might ask her personal assistant Cynthia ...
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago
The Telegraph UK

Margaret Thatcher had deep misgivings over reunification of Germany, National Archives reveal

had to persuade the Conservative Prime Minister to overcome deep misgivings and welcome the reunification of Germany, official records show. Meanwhile, British officials worked quietly behind the scenes to scupper a planned ceremony celebrating the event to ...
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago
The Telegraph UK

From acid house to a royal friendship: what the National Archives reveal about Margaret Thatcher

egislation to tackle the dance movement was introduced by the Entertainments (Increased Penalties) Act 1990, also referred to as the Acid House Bill, which heightened punishments for those organising parties without licences which played 'repetetive beats'.
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago
The Telegraph UK

Theresa May is 'no Margaret Thatcher', says ex-minister David Mellor who served her for four years

David Mellor Credit: Tony Larkin / Rex Features/Tony Larkin / Rex Features
 The Telegraph UK2 months ago
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