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Appearing mere weeks after the April 8 death of Lady Margaret Thatcher , British journalist Charles Moore 's authorized biography of Thatcher is no rush job. He essentially completed the two-volume project long before Thatcher's death, with the
Charles Moore's big advantage over those who have previously tackled Margaret Thatcher is that he has been provided with material denied to them. Of the arrangement that he was offered by his subject, he writes: I would have full access to herself
Telegraph columnist During the last century, the United Kingdom has had two prime ministers who have greatly influenced United States policy and culture. For many years the focus in history, public administration and business leadership classes has
Hagiographic obituaries and analysis of Margaret Thatcher in the US and UK seek to revise the reality that not only was Thatcher a divisive politician but her government laid the ideological foundation for the rampant neoliberalism alongside, racism,
David Cameron has done a big interview with the Sunday Times (£) this weekend , and it's confused me quite a bit. The morning of Margaret Thatcher's funeral, David Cameron gave an interview to the Today programme, in which he said: I think in a way
25 April 2013 Royal Mail will be sold off to the public within 12 months, echoing Margaret Thatcher's privatisation policies of the 1980s. Business minister Michael Fallon said it is his firm intention' for the process to be finished by next April,
Schools minister Elizabeth Truss claims half of all stay-at-home mothers want to work Half of all stay-at-home mothers want to go out to work and the government is right to target tax breaks at working women, the education minister said last night.
In the deluge of conflicting passions that surrounded the funeral of Margaret Thatcher last week, a little-noticed news item said something about her legacy and something more about the soul of the land she divided in death almost as much as in life.
The April 12 editorial A decisive but divisive leader makes me contemplate a lot of things. For better or worse, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher played an active role in ending the Cold War and was one of the tough advocates of
Perhaps perversely, I think it's been good for the whole country to be consumed with debate over Thatcher's legacy: from the council house sell-off to the Falklands conflict; the miners and Wapping disputes to the end of the Cold War. Never mind the