Margaret Hilda Thatcher


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Noun1.Margaret Hilda Thatcher - British stateswoman; first woman to serve as Prime Minister (born in 1925)
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Synopsis: Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG, OM, PC, FRS, FRIC (nee Roberts; 13 October 1925--8 April 2013), was a British stateswoman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990, and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990.
Margaret Hilda Thatcher is still rated as the world's number one female political leader thus far who during her time in power was loved and loathed in equal measure but left a great many positive legacies that as a country we have been able to build on and benefit from.
For example, Azamat Altai, Jusup Mamai (two-component); Barack Hussein Obama, Margaret Hilda Thatcher (three-component) and so on," said the statement.
That true champion of consensus, Margaret Hilda Thatcher. A pro-Thatcher group is already raising money for a statue of Maggie instead of Gandhi.
"Today the remains of the real Margaret Hilda Thatcher are here at her funeral service.
@dafyddparminder Pleased to see that Margaret Hilda Thatcher got the send off that she rightly deserves also the Welsh Guards were there in force #Thatcher @Jellavic Country is definitely going to be divided into north and south today!
Margaret Hilda Thatcher (nee Margaret Hilda Roberts, nacio el 13 de octubre de 1925, en Grantham, Lincolnshire, pequena ciudad al noroeste de Inglaterra), y murio el lunes 8 de abril en Londres, a los 87 anos de edad, victima de un derrame cerebral.
AS THE pages of the Western Mail and other newspapers demonstrated this week, historians and politicians will continue to discuss the legacy of Margaret Hilda Thatcher for many years to come.
Ultimately and undeniably, Margaret Hilda Thatcher was a towering figure.
"Margaret Hilda Thatcher is gone but the damage caused by her fatally flawed politics sadly lingers on," the National Union of Mineworkers, which Thatcher virtually destroyed during a failed year-long strike, said on its website.