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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Dead at 87

Lady Thatcher

Lady Thatcher, who has died aged 87 from a stroke, was not only Britain’s first woman Prime Minister, she was also the outstanding peacetime leader of the 20th century.<p>For more than a decade Margaret Thatcher enjoyed almost unchallenged political mastery, winning three successive general elections. …

Margaret Thatcher resigns as Prime Minister in 1990 - archive footage

Baroness Thatcher has died at the age of 87. Watch her leave Downing Street following her resignation as Prime Minister on November 22 1990.<p>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: full story</b><br>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: latest reaction</b><br>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: coverage in full</b><p><b>Baroness Thatcher</b>, Britain's greatest …

Margaret Thatcher: 'the lady is not for turning' speech - archive footage

Baroness Thatcher has died at the age of 87. Watch her famously declare 'the lady is not for turning' at the 1980 Tory Party conference.<p>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: full story</b><br>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: latest reaction</b><br>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: coverage in full</b><p><b>Baroness Thatcher</b>, Britain's greatest post-war …

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Margaret Thatcher: a life in pictures

Margaret Thatcher addresses UK upon becoming Prime Minister in 1979 - archive footage

Baroness Thatcher has died at the age of 87. Watch her address to the nation when she became Britain's first female Prime Minister in 1979.<p>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: full story</b><br>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: latest reaction</b><br>• <b>Margaret Thatcher dies: coverage in full</b><p>Baroness Thatcher, Britain's greatest …

Thatcher: 'They'd Rather Have The Poor Poorer'

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has died from a stroke. Here, at the end of her tenure, she defended her economic record against rising …

Thatcher: "No! No! No!"