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Cabinet papers reveal Thatcher ‘hoarded’ biscuits

While reports that the then-PM Margaret Thatcher spent the 80s demonizing mineworkers, the real shock has been the leaked accounts of her unsavoury management of cabinet meetings. Not only did she insist on the ‘pick of’ the custard creams, she would regularly ‘yawn’ during AOB and draw unfeasibly large penises all over the Minutes.

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Posted: Jan 4th, 2014
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BBC agrees to play short clip of controversial Thatcher ‘funeral’

hasn't been such a big row since Frankie said 'Relax'The BBC has defended its decision to broadcast a short excerpt from the controversial ‘funeral’ gathering planned to mark support for the ideology of Baroness Thatcher, who died this week apparently.

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Posted: Apr 13th, 2013
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‘No one likes us we don’t care’ to be sung at Thatcher funeral

Millwall fans will join the choir to sing the Conservative Party anthem, before forming an honour guard for the gun carriage, 21 gun salute and triumphal march through London. Mourners along the route are invited to join the congregation to sing to the tune of all things Bright and Beautiful.

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Posted: Apr 13th, 2013
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North Korean missile threat timing slammed as ‘insensitive’

'but what about Thatcher?'Political leaders around the world have today unified in their condemnation of the current aggressive stance by North Korea. The timing is being censured as both tasteless and inconsiderate, when most heads of state or their senior diplomats will wish to pay their respects to one another at the Thatcher funeral on Wednesday.

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Posted: Apr 12th, 2013
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Thatcher ‘risen from the dead’, claim Thatcherites

immediately forgave Tebbit for forsaking herJust three days after her death, followers of Margaret Thatcher are claiming their leader has come back to life. Unconfirmed reports suggest she has appeared across Britain, still preaching the ‘good news’ of monetarism and a robust fiscal policy, and looking transfigured by the whole death experience.

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Posted: Apr 11th, 2013
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