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Posts Tagged: Thatcher
“Now it’s time for a new chapter to open.”
Thatcherism has spread around the world causing global poverty to plummet.
Often the reforms are going further than anything that Margaret Thatcher achieved.
Matthew Bailey and Philip Cowley: The conventional wisdom is wrong. As Tory leader, Thatcher stood for ideology – right from the start
The day-in-day-out reporting of the 1975 leadership contest stressed her dogmatism – and the risks for the Party should its MPs be foolhardy enough to vote for her.
So we need to continue to invest heavily in naval equipment – ensuring that it comes into operation, and has the manpower to go with it.
A Daily Politics profile – how he wrestled with the Bosnian question and has “only minor regret” at never having been Conservative leader.
Answer: probably not.
There is an idealistic vision of a continent which in the last 70 years has become a haven of peace and prosperity. Go to Cracow or Vilnius – and see what they think.
The Clacton MP may have a part to play in a long-term reconciliation between the Conservatives and the realist element of UKIP.
The author of Waging the War of Ideas wasn’t just a Thatcherite: he was a pre-Thatcherite.
Greg Clark MP: The unflagging commitment of Michael Heseltine to the public good – in this, his ninth decade
Michael criss-crossed the country with me – something a former Deputy Prime Minister might have preferred to skip.
Don’t get me wrong, Thatcher was a great Prime Minister. But, as my memoirs show, she sure lacked a sense of humour.
The Centre for Policy Studies’ coming conference lauds freedom. But voters seem to prefer security.
The 1979 saw the election of a group of Tories to the European Parliament whose enthusiasm for the European project is part of a vanished age.