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Margaret Thatcher and Solidarity leader Lech Walesa in Gdansk in 1988. Picture: Getty

Margaret Thatcher and Solidarity leader Lech Walesa in Gdansk in Picture: Getty

Margaret Thatcher waving from the doorstep of 10 Downing Street.

'Motherly' Margaret Thatcher cleaned bodyguard's shoes and tidied their rooms

Margaret Thatcher waving from the doorstep of 10 Downing Street.

Historic: Fascinating pictures show the Queen at the controls of a Victoria Line train as she opened the line in 1969. The images are part of a British Pathe gallery launched to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground

The day the Queen drove a Tube train! Fascinating black and white images celebrate 150th anniversary of the London Underground

Historic: Fascinating pictures show the Queen at the controls of a Victoria Line train as she opened the line in The images are part of a British Pathe gallery launched to celebrate 150 years of the London Underground.

King John signed the Magna Carta at Runnymede on the 19th June 1215

An image depicting King John signing Magna Carta at Runnymede in June 1215 watched by a group of barons, although he actually approved it with his seal rather than a signature

Floral tributes are collected and taken inside the home of the late Margaret Thatcher in Chester Square, London following an announcement of her death at the age of 87

The woman who saved Britain... Now give her a state funeral: Maggie deserves it for transforming Britain, say Tory MPs

Friends and foes alike described Baroness Thatcher, pictured in as the most dominant political figure to emerge in Britain since Sir Winston Churchill – the last commoner to be honoured with a state funeral in

5 Things Super Successful People Do Before 8 AM --Exercise --Plan out your day --Eat a healthy breakfast --Visualization/prayer/meditation --Do your least desirable task first

5 Things Super Successful People Do Before 8 AM

5 Things Super Successful People Do Before 8 AM. I just read through this list and it gave me the motivation to try to incorporate some if not all of these things into my morning rituals, I mean "Super Successful People"?

Thatcher sofreu uma série de pequenos derrames que afetaram sua memória de curto prazo, mas ela continuou cumprindo uma série de compromissos públicos. Na foto, o primeiro-ministro conservador David Cameron cumprimenta Thatcher em Downing Street em 2010. Foto: Getty images

Margaret Thatcher foi figura marcante no século 20; veja fotos

The long read: Margaret Thatcher wanted to privatise Britain; David Cameron’s ambition went further. Assessing his legacy for their new book, Polly Toynbee and David Walker document the Tory leader’s assault on the state

Carol Thatcher arrives at the home of her late mother in central London greeted by her brother Mark.

Margaret Thatcher: I Vow to Thee, My Country

Carol Thatcher arrives at the home of her late mother in central London greeted by her brother Mark.

The first meeting between Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in April 1975. The rapport was instant. Photo: PA

Margaret Thatcher: how she took on the men and won

The first meeting between Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in April The rapport was instant.

St Edmund window, St Edmundsbury Cathedral. St Edmund was peppered with arrows and beheaded in 860 in Anglia.  He's the subject of a campaign to replace St. George as the patron saint of England.

St George v St Edmund: Round Two

St Edmund was peppered with arrows and beheaded in 860 in Anglia. He's the subject of a campaign to replace St. George as the patron saint of England.

Mark Thatcher says the family has been overwhelmed by messages of support from across the world.

Margaret Thatcher dies: family 'overwhelmed' by messages of support, says Mark Thatcher

Mark Thatcher says the family has been overwhelmed by messages of support from across the world.

The Baronage in the Reign of Richard II, 1377-1399 (Keith Fildes, PhD Dissertation)

Richard II arrested by Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland, artist unknown.

‘Three days dead, King George VI rested in the little church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate, in a plain coffin made for him overnight, out of an old oak in the park, by the carpenters of the royal estate. On Feb 11 the King’s coffin was to be taken to London, there to lie in Westminster Hall until the funeral on Feb 15th 1952. Among the wreaths was the one at the foot of the coffin reading 'To Darling Papa from Elizabeth and Phillip’

'Three days dead, King George VI rested in the little church of St Mary…

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