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Choon Choosday: The Beat – Stand Down Margaret

9 April, 2013

I try to avoid being political on this blog, and on the rare occasions I am I try not to be party political. But I can’t ignore yesterday’s news. I don’t think it’s disrespectful to say that I disagreed with pretty much everything Thatcher ever said or did. I would have said the same to her face given the chance, and I made an obscene hand gesture when her election bus drove past me in 1987 – I know she saw me as we made eye contact at that exact moment. But I’m getting off topic. Whatever your opinion of her (and it’s impossible not to have one either way) you can’t deny that this is a




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