MARGARET THATCHER LIES IN PARLIAMENT CHAPEL WAITING FOR HER FINAL JOURNEY – Finally Margaret Thatcher lay in the halls where she was ruled with such resolve and determination she was given the title of ‘The Iron Lady’; a term that would see her through her terms as Prime Minister and throughout her remaining years.
Today Baroness Thatcher will take the final journey towards her resting place alongside her beloved and much missed husband Sir Denis Thatcher. At last Margaret and Denis will be reunited and rest for eternity knowing that she once took a country and revived it from the decades of mismanagement from the Labour Party.
William Hague last night paid tribute to Baroness Thatcher noting the Britain, to be truly ‘great’ again could do with an injection of Thatcherite into the existing Government and then it too could tackle the issues that are driving this nation into the abyss, such as the EU, Welfare Reforms and Immigration.
“She, who prized freedom above all things, would not be in the slightest bit upset by the disagreement.” William Hague, Work and Pensions Secretary
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe pleaded with Anti-Thatcher Activists last night calling on them to show restrain and respect for Baroness Thatcher and her family.
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Throughout our lives we all draw praise and criticism from our peers; no one can claim that they have achieve to appease everybody and therefore activists must consider that casting a shadow on such a mournful event is not only disrespectful it is hypocritical.
There is a number of things that the anti-Thatcher activists will never take from Margaret Thatcher; indeed most could not even come close, and this was her belief that people have the right to be heard and therefore everyone, peacefully, has the right to demonstrate.
It is interesting to note that while the news has provided so many images of people celebrating the death of Margaret Thatcher, which would give the impression that the whole country hated her, this is in fact a complete and utter fallacy.
Yesterday the Guardian ran a survey and its results clearly showed that if Margaret Thatcher were alive and placed in the Conservative Leadership seat she would command no less that 40% of the public vote and if a General Election were called, with her in command, the Conservative Party would most likely win with a landslide victory.
We lost many things under Margaret Thatcher’s rein of power but the losses were far outweighed by the gains and many feel that the ‘great’ has declined to such a degree that it would take another Margaret Thatcher and her Iron Lady resolved to firmly put ‘Great’ before ‘Britain’ once again.