Margaret Hilda Thatcher

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Ultimately and undeniably, Margaret Hilda Thatcher was a towering figure.
Marland added that in regards to privatizing public properties, the first who proposed such measures in the UK was Former British Prime Minister Margaret Hilda Thatcher in the eighties.
Margaret Hilda Thatcher was always keen to portray her modest origins in the town as the key to her politics - the place whose austere 1930s streets taught her about hard work, thrift and self-reliance.
One has to hope that elderly former PM Margaret Hilda Thatcher can hang on a few more years to save us a whopping bill for her state funeral, which was given the green light when Great Britain had a few quid in the bank.
A GROCER'S daughter, Margaret Hilda Thatcher, was born in 1925, and worked her way to Oxford where she gained a degree in chemistry, before working for Lyons Ice Cream.
Understandably, the production is not actually coming to the Republic of Liverpool, which despised Margaret Hilda Thatcher with a loathing usually reserved for creatures of the night.
Baroness Margaret Hilda Thatcher is the inspiration and star behind the world premiere of Thatcher the Musical.
The words were uttered by one Margaret Hilda Thatcher, of whom your readers may have heard.
Margaret Hilda Thatcher arrived at Downing Street to take over from James Callaghan after the Tories won an overall majority of 43 seats.