Margaret Thatcher

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A NEW portrait of Baroness Thatcher was unveiled yesterday to mark the 25th anniversary of her becoming Prime Minister today.
Baroness Thatcher at the service at St Clement Danes Church yesterday
Attending the unveiling of the picture at the Prudential Buildings in Holborn, London, Baroness Thatcher paid tribute to the artist, saying he had captured a good deal of what she stood for.
Baroness Thatcher, 77, is to move into a House of Lords office, could make public speeches and wants to go to the Tory party conference this autumn.
Iain Duncan Smith, the Conservative leader, said: "I am saddened by the news that Baroness Thatcher is unwell and fully understand the reasons that she has been advised to withdraw from her public engagements.
LAST week Baroness Thatcher celebrated her 80th birthday with a lavish party for more than 650 guests at London's Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
MEMORIAL: Queen's last stone; STANLEY Prince Edward flies in; BERKSHIRE Baroness Thatcher yesterday
Baroness Thatcher yesterday accused Foreign Office mandarins of trying to push Britain into Europe "without regard" to the wishes of the voters.
Summary: Baroness Thatcher has left hospital and returned home, almost a fortnight after being admitted with an infection following a bout of flu.
BARONESS Thatcher and her daughter-in-law put on a united front yesterday as they discussed the plight of Sir Mark Thatcher, who is under investigation in South Africa in connection with a plot to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea.
She was able to talk about her work with Baroness Thatcher.
And he said a significant driving force was an increasingly powerful right-wing, Euro-sceptic axis driven by Baroness Thatcher and Tory former Cabinet Minister Mr Michael Portillo.
Baroness Thatcher leaves her London home yesterday Picture: JOHNNY GREEN
THE Queen, Tony Blair and Baroness Thatcher joined veterans yesterday to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the liberation of the Falkland Islands from Argentine occupation.
Baroness Thatcher has made a rare public appearance, as she joined guests at a party on Saturday night to mark the 50th birthday of Defence Secretary Liam Fox.