1. In the mid-1990s, Margaret Thatcher warned, "You have not anchored Germany to Europe.
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4. Margaret Thatcher would be the people's favourite to lead Brexit negotiations if she were alive today, poll finds.
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9. In January 1978, Margaret Thatcher criticised Labour immigration policy with the goal of attracting voters away from the Front and to the Conservatives.
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16. On 11 June 2004, Margaret Thatcher attended the state funeral service for Ronald Reagan.
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17. In 1998, Margaret Thatcher called for the release of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet when Spain had him arrested and sought to try him for human rights violations.
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19. Margaret Thatcher was replaced as Prime Minister and party leader by Chancellor John Major, who prevailed over Heseltine in the subsequent ballot.
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21. Margaret Thatcher was challenged for the leadership of the Conservative Party by the little-known backbench MP Sir Anthony Meyer in the 1989 leadership election.
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22. In November 1989, Margaret Thatcher hailed the fall of the Berlin Wall as "a great day for freedom".
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23. Margaret Thatcher was criticised for the neglect of the Falklands' defence that led to the war, and especially by Tam Dalyell in Parliament for the decision to torpedo the General Belgrano, but overall she was considered a highly capable and committed war leader.
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26. Margaret Thatcher was one of the first Western leaders to respond warmly to reformist Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.
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27. Margaret Thatcher appointed Lord Carrington, a senior member of the party and former Minister of Defence, as Foreign Minister in 1979.
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28. Margaret Thatcher supported an active climate protection policy and was instrumental in the passing of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, the establishment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and in founding the Hadley Centre for Climate Research and Prediction.
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29. Margaret Thatcher narrowly escaped injury in an IRA assassination attempt at a Brighton hotel early in the morning on 12 October 1984.
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33. In 1976, Margaret Thatcher gave her "Britain Awake" foreign policy speech which lambasted the Soviet Union for seeking world dominance.
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34. Margaret Thatcher reacted to this by branding the Labour government "chickens", and Liberal Party leader David Steel joined in, criticising Labour for "running scared".
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37. Margaret Thatcher began attending lunches regularly at the Institute of Economic Affairs, a think tank founded by Hayekian poultry magnate Antony Fisher; she had been visiting the IEA and reading its publications since the early 1960s.
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40. Margaret Thatcher supported Lord Rothschild's 1971 proposal for market forces to affect government funding of research.
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42. Margaret Thatcher was one of the few Conservative MPs to support Leo Abse's bill to decriminalise male homosexuality.
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