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Thatchgal Gallery

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Choose from 42 pictures in our Thatchgal collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Margaret Thatcher won a landslide victory Featured Print

Margaret Thatcher won a landslide victory

10th JUNE: On this day in 1983 Margaret Thatcher won a landslide victory to start her second term of power. The window of success frames the jubilant Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher waving to well-wishers after her election win. At Tory Party headquarters, she told flag-waving supporters "My victory is greater than I had dared to hope".


Margaret Thatcher & Children Featured Print

Margaret Thatcher & Children

Recently elected Conservative MP for Finchley and Friern Barnet, Margaret Thatcher, 33, with her twin children, Carol and Mark, aged 6, at their home in Farnborough, Kent. 25/08/04: Mark Thatcher - who, according to media reports in South Africa, has been arrested by South African police over allegations he was involved in a planned coup in Equatorial Guinea.


Thatcher Heath Tory Conference Featured Print

Thatcher Heath Tory Conference

Former Conservative Prime Ministers Sir Edward Heath and Baroness Thatcher listen to the debate at the Conservative Party Conference annual conference in Bournemouth. 24/10/00: Heath announced that he is to retire from Parliament at the next general election. * after more than 50 years as an MP. As the Father of the House - its longest serving Member - Sir Edward conducted, the arduous procedure to elect the new Speaker. Despite his age, Sir Edward is a regular attender at the Commons, an occasional speaker - always without notes and invariably witty - and never misses an opportunity to proclaim his pro-European views. *25/10/00 Sir Edward Heath will be remembered as the one-term Prime Minister who found it hard to forgive Margaret Thatcher for ousting him from the Tory leadership. But his crowning achievement, taking Britain into the Common Market, is likely to provide the longer lasting legacy. The bitterness over his loss of the leadership was deep, reflected in almost ceaseless and sometimes savage attacks on her policies while she was in power.