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Apr 09

Posts: 1930

hawk750 says:

Maggie T has pegged it

I use to deliver her Evening standard to No.10 every lunch time :sunglasses:

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Dec 10

Posts: 12077

preunit says:

It said she died peacefully...

unlike the country she left behind, which is suffering a slow and painful death.

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Jun 12

Posts: 3672

calamityjane says:

I reckon

there will be a few ex miners having a knees up tonight. Oh and a load of argies :winkie:

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Jan 11

Posts: 8597

aehewitt says:


to organize a street party me thinks....:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:

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Jan 08

Posts: 7828

kcmc says:


someone else feels the same way too.

Ross Noble an hour ago


Bloody typical Thatcher dies when I am in rural Australia. I hate to miss a good street party

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Jul 08

Posts: 4516

ninjachica says:

Thank you Maggie

She helped bring about the end of the Cold War, which bought my family back together. (East/West Divide - Fucking Berlin Wall - only saw my brother, aunts and Grandma when the authorities saw fit to approve our visas)

Thanks to her, I was also able to buy my own council house.  (Councils were meant to use the money to build more - that they didn't, was not her fault.)

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Nov 02

Posts: 1340

norris says:


Yes, sold off the council houses, so people got mortgages, then put em all out of work so many got repossessed.
She divided the country, and along with Reagan sowed the seeds for the problems we now see.

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Mar 03

Posts: 2929

obewan says:

Maggie God Love Her

The Uk was a basket case in the 70's. Remember hyperinflation, 3 day week, bread rationing, More Strikes than work days. Dead not buried, firemen on strike, miners strikes every winter.

Then Maggie came in with a lot of damn sensible ideas. like a country can't spend more than it earns - Where would we be now had Labour remembered that one!!!!!!!!

When all around her wanted to give up the Falklands she said No. ok you can argue it was imperialism but the folks of the Falklands are mightily thankful for her support and the sacrifice of the armed forces.

I do think she was in power for one term too long but the country she handed back was significantly better than the one she was left by weak willed labour and tory predecessors.

I also met her on a few ocassions, and spoke with her during a couple of conflicts - at the time it was only her office had 16Kb secure speech as did our satelite dets, whilst everyone else was on 2.5Kb Donald Duck (DSSS).


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Aug 02

Posts: 1001

be sure

Be sure of one thing, politics will ALWAYS divide people.

Far as i am concerned it was an old lady that died, end of (and same with all politicians):winkie:

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Sep 10

Posts: 2255


evil old bag

thank fuck for that. wish the ira had blown her up in brighton. thing is someone worse might have replaced her

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Aug 02

Posts: 1001

they did

Jawa, they did and always will, don't matter if they are red, blue, orange, green or whatever NON but NON are interested in anyone other than them self's.

Give Clarkson a go:lol:

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