“Political memoirs are sometimes a little bit dull. Margaret Thatcher’s are not. They were partly ghosted by one of her colleagues, Robin Harris, but she certainly set the parameters and they are highly readable. She was the politician that got me interested in politics. And it’s a cliche to say, but we’ll never see the likes of her again. Even people who really hated her, I think have now come to respect the fact that she did what she thought was right, even if they disagreed with it.” Read more...
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