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Margaret Thatcher with Ronald Reagan (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Where have all the leaders gone? That's the question I hear everywhere I travel at home and abroad. I can't answer the question, but it caused me to reflect on what makes a good leader.
Reuters Channel 10 reports PM's office demanded plane to Thatcher's funeral include chamber with double bed for PM and wife, increasing cost by more than third The Israeli Channel 10 reported on Friday that per Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 's
Financial transactions tax 'not a good idea' Only 11 out of the 27 EU states have signed up to the proposed financial transactions tax Prime minister David Cameron has reiterated British opposition to a European financial transactions tax (FTT),
Suggested Topics Baroness Thatcher believed that Britain should withdraw from the European Union but was persuaded by her advisors to remain silent, it emerged. Charles Moore, Lady Thatcher's official biographer, who spent ten years working on the
Richard Westwood-Brookes, historic books specialist at Mullocks Auctioneers, stands over the Falklands Telex which he says is one of the most important documents currently on sale Names: Another sheet of paper framed alongside the telex is signed by
Suggested Topics After the triumphant obsequies comes the pent-up rush of new biographies, "authorised" and otherwise. Charles Moore was appointed Lady Thatcher's official biographer in 1997, on condition that the book did not appear in her lifetime.
A suit with a giant billboard reading "Stark Soda - It's what suits you!" Mark LI "Lazy Sunday" Lounging Suit Image: Tony stark wearing sweats and a tee shirt and the iron man helmet while he watches tv. - Mark LII "Golden Years" Retirement Suit
A former Conservative Party chairman gave the euro-skeptic United Kingdom Independence Party a backhanded endorsement Tuesday. Writing in his blog, Norman Tebbit, who sits in the House of Lords as Lord Tebbit, said he plans to vote Conservative in
The British National Party is predicting "one or two surprises" when the results of Thursday's English local election are revealed. The anti-immigration party is putting up 99 candidates and is defending one seat, in Burnley, Lancashire. Spokesman
Her Family would like to thank the staff at the Cedars Assisted Living for the excellent care that Margaret received while living there. Survivors include her sister, Alice Stott and her husband Harold of Dartmouth; a sister-in-law, Mary Rose of New