PAP 20: 13.6.1995: LONDON: Baroness Thatcher - the former British Prime Minister - signs copies of the second volume of her mem
PAP 20: 13.6.1995: LONDON: Baroness Thatcher - the former British Prime Minister - signs copies of the second volume of her memoires, entittled "The Path to Power", at Harrods department store in London today (Tuesday). Photo by Louisa Buller/PA. gm.
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The corner shop grocery - now unoccupied - in Grantham which was owned by the parents of Conservative leader Mrs Margaret Thatcher, who could become Britain's first woman Prime Minister after the 1979 General Election. * The shop still pays homage to her with a poster of her in the window.
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Margaret Thatcher/ car bomb at House of Commons
Shock and grief show on the face of Mrs Margaret Thatcher after she had heard of the car bomb explosion at the House of Commons. The man who died in the car was Mr Airey Neave, Mrs Thatcher's spokesman on Northern Ireland. The Tory leader was in her Finchley, North London, constituency - where she had been handing over cars to two disabled women constituents - when she heard of the blast.