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The Prime Minister's Ironing Board and Other State Secrets by Adam Macqueen – review

The Prime Minister's Ironing Board and Other State Secrets by Adam Macqueen – review

O fotografie datată februarie 1975 o înfăţişează pe lidera Partidului Conservator britanic, Margaret Thatcher, în vârstă de 49 de ani, în bucătăria casei sale din Chelsea, Londra, la scurt timp după alegerea ei, pe 11 februarie 1975, la conducerea partidului. (  AFP  ) - See more at: http://zoom.mediafax.ro/people/margaret-thatcher-10726301#sthash.4mZLEuU3.dpuf

O fotografie datată februarie 1975 o înfăţişează pe lidera Partidului Conservator britanic, Margaret Thatcher, în vârstă de 49 de ani, în bucătăria casei sale din Chelsea, Londra, la scurt timp după alegerea ei, pe 11 februarie 1975, la conducerea partidului. ( AFP ) - See more at: http://zoom.mediafax.ro/people/margaret-thatcher-10726301#sthash.4mZLEuU3.dpuf

Charles Moore, official biographer of Margaret Thatcher. The Iron Lady "was only reviled in parts of the country which are less important." - May she rust in peace.

Charles Moore, official biographer of Margaret Thatcher. The Iron Lady "was only reviled in parts of the country which are less important." - May she rust in peace.

What do Mick Jagger, Susan Boyle, Lou Reed & Margaret Thatcher have in common?

10 (Conventionally) Ugly People Who Inspire The World (Thanks To "De")

What do Mick Jagger, Susan Boyle, Lou Reed & Margaret Thatcher have in common?

One Hundred Letters from Hugh Trevor-Roper – review

One Hundred Letters from Hugh Trevor-Roper – review

A splendid introduction to a funny, ebullient historian, who was made a peer by Margaret Thatcher and erred over the Hitler diaries. By John Banville

British author and journalist Will Self talks to Port magazine ahead of his reading at Book Slam (F)East about the event, fears of postprandial somnolence and Margaret Thatcher: http://www.port-magazine.com/food-drink/will-self-reading-allowed/ Words Jolyon Webber.  Portrait courtesy of BIGBOX Media.

British author and journalist Will Self talks to Port magazine ahead of his reading at Book Slam (F)East about the event, fears of postprandial somnolence and Margaret Thatcher: http://www.port-magazine.com/food-drink/will-self-reading-allowed/ Words Jolyon Webber. Portrait courtesy of BIGBOX Media.

Hilary Mantel hits back at critics of her Thatcher assassination short story

Hilary Mantel hits back at critics of her Thatcher assassination short story

Author says it would be ‘unconscionable’ to regard such a fictional account as off-limits, as some Tory MPs and rightwing commentators suggest

The TV world has been on a "Wizard Of Oz" roll: Last month, Syfy reported that it was working on a miniseries titled "Warriors Of Oz," which will center on a warrior who is "transported to a post-apocalyptic future Oz where he must team up with three other warriors, Heartless, Brainless, and Coward, in order to defeat the evil Wizard who has enslaved the land," as reported by Deadline.   CBS did not immediately return The Huffington Post's request for comment on "Dorothy."

A New & Bizarre Twist On 'The Wizard Of Oz'

The TV world has been on a "Wizard Of Oz" roll: Last month, Syfy reported that it was working on a miniseries titled "Warriors Of Oz," which will center on a warrior who is "transported to a post-apocalyptic future Oz where he must team up with three other warriors, Heartless, Brainless, and Coward, in order to defeat the evil Wizard who has enslaved the land," as reported by Deadline. CBS did not immediately return The Huffington Post's request for comment on "Dorothy."

“We want a society where people are free to make choices, to make mistakes, to be generous and compassionate. This is what we mean by a moral society; not a society where the state is responsible for everything, and no one is responsible for the state.” -- Margaret Thatcher

“We want a society where people are free to make choices, to make mistakes, to be generous and compassionate. This is what we mean by a moral society; not a society where the state is responsible for everything, and no one is responsible for the state.” -- Margaret Thatcher

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