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Margaret Thatcher - The Lady's Not For Turning

46' English SD
Ref. 991042Available WorldAll Connected Devices

Nicknamed the 'Iron Lady,' Margaret Thatcher served as the prime minister of England from 1979 to 1990. The daughter of a local businessman, she was educated at the local grammar school. Her family operated a grocery store and they all lived in an apartment above the store. In her early years Thatcher was introduced to conservative politics by her father who was a member of the town's council. Only two years after graduating college, Thatcher made her first bid for public office. She ran as the conservative candidate for a Dartford parliamentary seat in the 1950 elections. Thatcher knew from the start that it would be nearly impossible to win the position away from the liberal Labour Party. Still she earned the respect of her political party peers with her speeches. Defeated, Thatcher remained undaunted. She tried again the next year, but once more her efforts were unsuccessful. Two months after her loss, she married Denis Thatcher.


Producer Mobibase
Origin Australia