Yes, she does, which is why she is so rarely seen in public nowadays. She last made an appearance on the 25th anniversary of the start of the Falklands War, in April 2007.
Margaret Thatcher was a Conservative MP in the United Kingdom between 1959 and 1992. Prime Minister 1979-90. Leader of the opposition 1975-9. Leader of the Conservative party 1975-90. She also served as a minister in Ted Heath's government 1970-4.
After the Falkland war , Margaret thatcher stopped the free milk that was given to the children..The really bad thing she did was to introduce poll tax. Whether there is anything inherently bad about poll tax is a debatable point. What is not a matter for debate is that at various times in English history someone has tried to introduce this tax, and every single time the English population has resisted it so strongly that the tax was soon abandoned.She was such an astute politician that it is a real puzzle as to how and why she made such an egregious mistake. The best available theory seems to be that a poll tax made perfect sense in itself. It was a good answer to some of the problems of financing local government. Mrs Thatcher made the twin mistakes of believing that the people would follow logic, and of ignoring the glaring example of history.
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Yes they did, it was a long standing affair which commenced after the success of the Falklands war, where Britain defeated Argentina, and reclaimed the said Falklands Islands. It is believed that the Conservative party were holding a celebration, which Heath, and Thatcher both attended, an insider claims "they were dancing enthusiastically with one and other all evening. Which was surprising as the two were said to have a strained relationship, but you know what alcohol does to you!" The events that followed are unclear but Thatcher was said to have led Heath up the stairs to her hotel room, where the pair were not seen again until the following morning. A "do not disturb sign" was even sited on the door of the hotel room. Further evidence includes, child like gazes of lust across the houses of Parliament, and flirtatious comments in private. But to what extent the relationship continued is still open to debate..the plot thickens.
yes, Margaret thatcher was a evacuee
Margaret Thatcher was still at school during World War 2
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The win over Argentina in the Falkland war.
Margaret Thatcher was British Prime Minister at the time of the Falklands Campaign of 1982 and as such it was she who decided to send a military task force to recapture the islands from the Argentinian invaders.
Denis Thatcher has: Played himself in "World in Action" in 1963. Played himself in "Tracking Down Maggie: The Unofficial Biography of Margaret Thatcher" in 1994. Played himself in "Cold War" in 1998. Played himself in "The Deal" in 2003. Played himself in "The Special Relationship" in 2010. Played himself in "Margaret Thatcher: Prime Minister" in 2013.
After the Falkland war , Margaret thatcher to save taxpayers money stopped the free milk , that was given to the children
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No. He worked in central London, bombs or no bombs.