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Jonathan Aitken knew Margaret Thatcher for forty years. He was a member of her Cabinet and for much of the time a family friend. This book is the nearest anyone has got to date to getting under Margaret's Thatcher's skin
Noted down, stamped 'secret' and filed away for decades... The Prime Minister's Ironing Board and Other State Secrets reveals what really went on in the corridors of power.
Illustrated tribute to Margaret Thatcher, who passed away in April 2013, with text by internationally renowned contributors
David Boyle examines the key moments in political history that led to the downfall of the middle classes and questions whether their prestige can ever be revived.
Maggie & Me is a touching and darkly witty memoir about surviving Thatcher's Britain; a story of growing up gay in a straight world and coming out the other side in spite of, and maybe because of, the iron lady.
Robin Harris, for many years Margaret Thatcher's speechwriter, trusted adviser and the co-writer of two volumes of her autobiography, has written the defining book about this indomitable woman
This is the first volume of Charles Moore’s authorised biography of Margaret Thatcher, published immediately following her funeral.
A newly edited, single-volume commemorative edition of ‘The Path to Power’ and ‘The Downing Street Years’; this is Margaret Thatcher in her own words.
An extraordinary insider’s account of British foreign policy under Margaret Thatcher by one of her key advisers.
In this remarkable collection, Gillian Shephard – who herself served as a minister under Margaret Thatcher – brings together a group of contributors with experience of working with the Iron Lady
But, as Richard Aldous argues in this penetrating dual biography, Reagan and Thatcher clashed repeatedly. With the stakes high, these political titans struggled to work together to confront the greatest threat of their time: the USSR.
A connection between Thatcherite and Reaganite domestic policy is often assumed by historians. The two political leaders are commonly viewed in the same 'New Right' context. Yet, although there...
Margaret Thatcher is the most quoted British political leader since Winston Churchill and in this unique collection of quotations are the most memorable.
Mark Renton has it all: he's good-looking, young, with a pretty girlfriend and a place at university. But there's no room for him in Thatcher's Britain...
A heartbreaking and timely story of a moment of national crisis as felt by one family, How I Killed Margaret Thatcher delivers a devastating English twist on the dictator novel.
This book assesses the impact of the Thatcher era on class and gender and situates Thatcherism within the Cold War, the end of Empire and the rise of an Anglo-American 'New Right'. Drawing on the latest available sources, it opens a wide-ranging debate about the Thatcher era and its place in modern British history.
Margaret Thatcher's last Home Secretary, David Waddington, allows us to glimpse a period of huge importance in British political history
Thirty years on, Middlebrook's The Falklands War is still an authoritative and thoroughly readable account of this historic enterprise.
Originally published twenty years after the Falklands War, this updated edition of Memories of the Falklands pulls together the recollections of those deeply affected by the horrors and glories of the conflict.
28-year-old Chris Parry was an officer on a Wessex III helicopter on HMS Antrim during the Falklands War. His diary, kept during the conflict, has been lost for thirty years. It is published now for the first time.
Published to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the Falklands war, this is the story of what Britain's last colonial war was really like.
This first volume of Margaret Thatcher's memoirs, which encompasses the whole of her time as Prime Minister.
The extraordinary account of Margaret Thatcher’s life up to her dramatic election as the first woman Prime Minister of England in 1979.
A one volume biography of Margaret Thatcher
This 3 CD boxed set contains extracts from Margaret Thatcher's speeches over five decades and lasting for more than two and a half hours
Margaret Thatcher brings her unrivalled political experience to bear on the challenges of the new millennium.
‘If you just set out to be liked, you will be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and would achieve nothing’ Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister of Great Britain between 1979 and 1990....
A formidable and largely self-trained orator, this volume collects together Margaret Thatcher's greatest and most famous speeches, as well as the cream of her interviews, alongside other biographical material.
This abridged edition of Lord Lawson's memoirs, first published as The View from No.11 in 1992, is acclaimed as one of the best political memoirs of the period.
Thatcher & After explores the persistent reappearances of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s most loved and reviled Prime Minister, in contemporary British culture. Twenty years after Thatcher ...
This is a smart, opinionated appreciation of the woman who rescued Great Britain from Socialism and proved that American-style conservatism could work around the world. Great Britain in the 1970s a...
'Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren't' - Margaret Thatcher, UK prime minister 1979-1990 and leader of the Conservative Party 1975-1990, was the on...
This collection gives a thoughtful insight into the Conservative Party's modern political history.
The Battle for the Falklands is a vivid chronicle of a call to arms and a thoughtful and informed analysis of an astonishing chapter in the history of our times
Britain’s first female prime minister remains a political figure of almost mythical proportions. Margaret Thatcher divided a political nation, became a cultural icon, and was the longest-serv...
Unquestionably a phenomenon of the 20th century’s political landscape both in Britain and the wider world, Margaret Thatcher’s significance in Britain’s social history is consider...
Love her or hate her, there is no escaping the impact Margaret Thatcher had on post-war Scottish politics.