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Margaret Thatcher: Was She Really That Good?

Summary: Margaret Thatcher became Great Britain's first woman prime minister in 1979. She also became the longest continually serving prime minister in Parliament at that time, serving until 1990. Despite this length of service, a study of her years in power leads one to argue that Thatcher did not uphold the expectations of a British prime minister.

Margaret Thatcher was the first and only (so far) woman prime minister of the United Kingdom. She was in office for eleven years that made her the longest continually serving prime minister in parliament. When Margaret was elected she had a rough start, which created a first bad impression. Her introduction of the poll tax also known as The Community Charge began to create a negative outcome. Margaret's refusal to form political or economic interrogation with Europe and her "Bruges Speech" worsened the bonds with her colleagues and Foreign States associates. The leader of the Conservative Party, Margaret Thatcher, did not uphold the expectations of a British Prime Minister.

Margaret Roberts was born on October 13th 1925, in the north end of England, in a small town called Grantham. She was the daughter of a grocer who was also a town's councilman, Alfred Roberts. Margaret's mother was a seamstress...

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