Margaret Thatcher

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Why Labour must heed the clamour for change
Letters: Keir Starmer should be bolder in setting out Labour’s vision for power, says David Reed. Plus letters from Les Bright and Howard B Broughton

16, May, 2023 @3:39 PM

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Is there a future for protest in Britain? Standing in the muted republican crowd, my fears only grew | Andy Beckett
The days of anarchic, festive demonstrations seem to be over in the face of draconian laws, threatening letters and pre-emptive arrests, says the Guardian columnist Andy Beckett

Andy Beckett

11, May, 2023 @2:52 PM

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All too often, peaceful protests don’t make the headlines | Letters
Letters: Heather Hunt writes that mainstream media failed to cover the nonviolent, four-day event she attended, and David Redshaw recalls the legacy of the 1990 poll tax riot

04, May, 2023 @4:48 PM

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Killing Thatcher by Rory Carroll review – meticulous account of the Brighton bombing
This deftly constructed account of the IRA’s 1984 attempt to kill the prime minister leaves us with one insistent question: what would have happened if they had succeeded?

Sean O’Hagan

23, Apr, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Right to buy has cost London’s communities dearly | Letter
Letter: Liz du Parcq responds to an article by Aditya Chakrabortty on how the heart of the city has been hollowed out and no longer serves families

18, Apr, 2023 @4:38 PM

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The Guardian view on management consultants: overused, underperforming | Editorial
Editorial: The omnipresence of consultancies is harming public services, while creating lucrative opportunities for private profit


17, Apr, 2023 @6:13 PM

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Sunak needn’t worry – maths mania already has our schools in a stranglehold | Simon Jenkins
The obsession is typical of a system that fails to equip pupils for modern life, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins

Simon Jenkins

17, Apr, 2023 @2:32 PM

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Labour is still in thrall to the low tax regime championed by my friend Nigel Lawson | William Keegan
The key legacy of the former chancellor, who died last week, was to put the fear of god into the party’s leaders

William Keegan

08, Apr, 2023 @5:31 PM

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Thatcher was the accidental midwife of peace in Northern Ireland – today’s partisan leaders, take note | Rory Carroll
25 years on from the Good Friday agreement, the Iron Lady’s implacability and its unintended consequences are a lesson in humility, says Guardian Ireland correspondent Rory Carroll

Rory Carroll

08, Apr, 2023 @8:00 AM

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‘They thought we were all communists’: Bradford’s peace studies department turns 50
University department derided by Thatcher as a ‘problem’ – and now a leading centre of conflict resolution – celebrates anniversary

Mark Brown North of England correspondent

08, Apr, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Killing Thatcher by Rory Carroll review – death in Brighton
The gripping inside story of the 1984 Brighton bombing, its victims, and its unintended consequences

Fintan O’Toole

06, Apr, 2023 @11:00 PM

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Nigel Lawson obituary
One of the most influential postwar Conservative chancellors seen as the main architect of Thatcher’s radical economic reforms

Julia Langdon

04, Apr, 2023 @4:01 PM

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