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Margaret Thatcher makes promise to help the Palestinians – archive, 1986

Margaret Thatcher promised last night to help the Palestinians to achieve self-determination, but she leaves Israel today without any sign that she has advanced the Middle East peace process significantly. The prime minister went to the British Consulate in East Jerusalem to hear eight prominent political figures from the occupied...
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Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher, in full Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, née Margaret Hilda Roberts, (born October 13, 1925, Grantham, Lincolnshire, England—died April 8, 2013, London), British Conservative Party politician and prime minister (1979–90), Europe’s first woman prime minister. The only British prime minister in the 20th century to win three consecutive terms and, at the time of her resignation, Britain’s longest continuously serving prime minister since 1827, she accelerated the evolution of the British economy from statism to liberalism and became, by personality as much as achievement, the most renowned British political leader since Winston Churchill.
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The Truth About Queen Elizabeth's Relationship With Margaret Thatcher

Although Queen Elizabeth is busy leading the British monarchy, she makes time for friendships outside of royal duties. She was surprisingly close to Reverend Billy Graham before his death at the age of 99, according to Reader's Digest. He spoke fondly of her in his autobiography, "Just As I Am." "No one in Britain has been more cordial toward us than Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Almost every occasion I have been with her has been in a warm, informal setting, such as a luncheon or dinner, either alone or with a few family members or other close friends," he wrote.
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Inside Queen Elizabeth's Relationship With Margaret Thatcher

According to the Evening Standard, Queen Elizabeth II is no stranger to working relationships as she has worked with 14 prime ministers throughout her reign. When the queen took the throne back in 1952, she may not have fully understood how many politicians would cross her path throughout her lifetime. She has also outlived multiple presidents. But many Anglophiles know that her goal is always to forge a unique partnership with the current prime minister. While her first-ever prime minister, Winston Churchill, may have given her a run for her money, she learned to work alongside each of them in her own way.
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Gillian Anderson offers advice to aspiring actors in Brandeis talk and Gillian Anderson: Margaret Thatcher Was the "Most Challenging" Role

Gillian Anderson offers advice to aspiring actors in Brandeis talk and Gillian Anderson: Margaret Thatcher Was the «Most Challenging» Role. Gillian Anderson: Margaret Thatcher Was the «Most Challenging» Role and Gillian Anderson offers advice to aspiring actors in Brandeis talk. Los Angeles: 5 Gallery Shows Feature Works by Artists Fred...
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SAG Awards nominee profile: Gillian Anderson (‘The Crown’) may continue her award-winning run as Margaret Thatcher

Emmy winner Gillian Anderson scored her 10th and 11th career SAG Award nominations this year for her acclaimed performance as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Crown,” and as part of the acclaimed ensemble for the Netflix flagship drama. It’s been 20 years since Anderson was last nominated at the SAG Awards. She enjoyed a streak of nominations for “The X-Files” for six consecutive years from 1996 to 2001, during which she reaped nine bids (three ensemble and six individual) for playing FBI Agent Dana Scully on Fox’s classic sci-fi drama. She won back-to-back Actors for best TV drama actress on her first two attempts in 1996 and 1997. Is she about to win again?
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Gillian Anderson On ‘X-Files’ Future, Playing Margaret Thatcher & When U.S. Will See First Female President – Golden Globes Backstage

Tonight Gillian Anderson took home her second Golden Globe for playing late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Crown. Anderson’s first win was for The X- Files in 1997. However the likelihood of the actress reprising Thatcher in the near future is higher than returning as Dana Scully; the paranormal investigator she’s built a career on playing.
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When Chumbawamba Released an Album Celebrating Margaret Thatcher’s Death

On April 8, 2013, 87-year-old Margaret Thatcher passed away after a stroke at London’s Ritz Hotel. As media outlets and public figures reacted to the news with staid, measured reflections on her polarizing political legacy, British punk rock band Chumbawamba added a musical tribute to the mix: an EP called In Memoriam: Margaret Thatcher. It wasn’t somber.