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Margaret Thatcher proclaimed in 1983: " We have a duty to make sure that every penny piece we raise in taxation is spent wisely and well.
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When the Labour government fell in 1979, the Conservatives under Margaret Thatcher won a victory which served to push the Liberals back into the margins.
After initial Conservative opposition to Keynesian fiscal policy, this settlement was broadly accepted by all parties until Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister in 1979.
Christopher Soames, Britain's Ambassador to France during the government of Edward Heath and cabinet minister under Margaret Thatcher, remarked that " Mrs. Thatcher was not really running a team.
Image: President Reagan and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Camp David 1986. jpg | British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and President Ronald Reagan walk at Camp David in 1986.
However, in the 1980s, under the leadership of Margaret Thatcher, and the influence of Keith Joseph, there was a dramatic shift in the ideological direction of British conservatism, with a movement towards free-market economic policies.
The division between the United Kingdom during the government of Margaret Thatcher which resisted the call for sanctions and African Commonwealth countries was intense at times and led to speculation that the organization might collapse.
Carol Thatcher wrote in her book Below the Parapet that her parents, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis used to joke that CHOGM stood for " Coons holidaying on government money ".
In 1989, U. S. Ambassador Charles Price and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher dedicated a bronze statue of Eisenhower in Grosvenor Square, London.
Financial backers included Sir Mark Thatcher, son of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and possibly the British novelist Jeffrey Archer.
Largely isolated, even hardline eurosceptics like Margaret Thatcher conceded that the British Conservatives could not be effectively heard from such a peripheral group.
The original cover art featured a Soviet mural of Vladimir Lenin and images of Reagan and then-UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
In 1984, he was appointed as a member of the Order of the Companions of Honour by Queen Elizabeth II on the advice of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for his " services to the study of economics.
In 1984, he was appointed as a member of the Order of the Companions of Honour ( CH ) by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom on the advice of the British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for his " services to the study of economics.
Hayek recommended liberal economic reforms similar to Chile's for the Keynesian economy in the United Kingdom to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
After winning the United Kingdom general election, 1979, Margaret Thatcher appointed Keith Joseph, the director of the Hayekian Centre for Policy Studies, as her secretary of state for industry in an effort to redirect parliament's economic strategies.
Margaret and proclaimed
In 1250 Innocent proclaimed the pious Queen Margaret of Edinburgh ( died 1093 ), wife of King Malcolm III of Scotland, a saint of God.
When, in 1502, the Duke and Duchess left Burgundy for Castile, where they were to be proclaimed heirs, they left the children in the care of Margaret, who already took a great deal of personal responsibility for them.
With the House of Lancaster extinct, the relatively unknown Henry Tudor proclaimed himself the Lancastrian heir from his exile in Brittany ; he claimed descent from John of Gaunt through his mother, Lady Margaret Beaufort.
Just a year later, the Norwegians proclaimed Margaret the " reigning queen " and Albert of Sweden fought off an incursion from Norway.
After Harold's defeat at the battle of Hastings later that year, Edgar was proclaimed King of England, but when the Normans advanced on London, the Witenagemot presented Edgar to William the Conqueror who took him to Normandy before returning him to England in 1068, when Edgar, Margaret, Cristina and their mother Agatha fled north to Northumbria.
Despite the radical Socialist political views of The Flying Pickets, the then Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher proclaimed to much amusement that it was her favourite record.
Margaret and 1983
In 1983, five years after Mead had died, New Zealand anthropologist Derek Freeman, published Margaret Mead and Samoa: The Making and Unmaking of an Anthropological Myth, in which he challenged Mead's major findings about sexuality in Samoan society.
The Daily Mirror was the only major newspaper to back Foot and Labour at the 1983 general election, urging its readers to vote Labour and " Stop the waste of our nation, for your job your children and your future " in response to the mass unemployment that had resulted from Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher's monetarist economic policies to reduce inflation.
It was after he polled several hundred votes in Margaret Thatcher's Finchley constituency in 1983 that the deposit paid by candidates was raised from £ 150 to £ 500.
By the early 1980s there was no clear neoconservative in the Tory leadership cadre, but Brian Mulroney, who became leader in 1983, eventually came to adopt many policies from the Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan governments.
He was a Member of Parliament ( MP ) representing the constituency of Blaby from 1974 – 92, and served as the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the government of Margaret Thatcher from June 1983 to October 1989.
* " Murder in Coweta County " TV Movie ( 1983 ) Based on the same titled book by Margaret Anne Barnes that chronicles actual events around 1948.
* 1983 Joseph Haydn: The Creation – Chicago Symphony Chorus ; Margaret Hillis, director ; Sir Georg Solti, conductor ( London )
During Margaret Thatcher's contraction of the coal industry, six pits within a two mile ( 3 km ) radius of the city centre were closed between 1979 and 1983.
The 1980s saw archaeological studies finally being published that dealt with this issue, namely through Joan Gero's paper on " Gender bias in archaeology: a cross-cultural perspective " ( 1983 ) and Margaret Conkey and Janet Spector ’ s paper on " Archaeology and the Study of Gender " ( 1984 ).
William Whitelaw was Margaret Thatcher's deputy from 1979 – 1988, a post he combined with that of Home Secretary in 1979 – 83 and Leader of the House of Lords after 1983.
However, in 1983, under the government of Margaret Thatcher, Sir David Serpell, a civil servant who had worked with Beeching, compiled what became known as the Serpell Report in which it was again proposed that a profitable railway ( if that was the aim ) could only be achieved by closing much of what remained.
In 1983, the Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher appointed Ian MacGregor as head of the National Coal Board ( the UK statutory corporation that controlled coal mining ).
Margaret Mary Beckett ( née Jackson ; born 15 January 1943 ) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament ( MP ) for Derby South since 1983, rising to become the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party under John Smith, from 18 July 1992 to 12 May 1994, and briefly serving as Leader of the Party following Smith's death.
A more recent short story, " Scarlet Ibis " by Margaret Atwood, is included in Bluebeard's Egg ( 1983 ).
The previously most high profile act occurred in 1983 when letter bombs were sent to Lady Diana Spencer and to the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher.
After the 1983 election, Ridley-always regarded by Margaret Thatcher as " one of us "-was a beneficiary of her move to cull the Tory wets and joined her cabinet as Secretary of State for Transport.
Thatcher published her first book, Diary of an election: with Margaret Thatcher on the campaign trail in 1983.
Thatcher has written several books, including: Below the Parapet: the Biography of Denis Thatcher ( 1996 ) and Diary of an Election: with Margaret Thatcher on the Campaign Trail ( 1983 ).
Other non-fiction works followed: Gotcha, the Media, the Government and the Falklands Crisis ( 1983 ), The Making of Neil Kinnock ( 1984 ), Selling Hitler ( 1986 ), an investigation of the Hitler Diaries scandal, and Good and Faithful Servant ( 1990 ), a study of Bernard Ingham, Margaret Thatcher's press secretary.
From 1936 to 1949, Steig was married to educator and artist Elizabeth Mead Steig ( 1909 – 1983 ), sister of anthropologist Margaret Mead, from whom he was later divorced.