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Margaret Thatcher. The Iron Lady is photographed here with her two children Carol and Mark.

Baroness Margaret Thatcher at the age of has time to play with her twin children Mark and Carol aged six, Both engrossed in their toy garage and motor cars in 1959

Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female prime minister and among the most influential and divisive political leaders the country has ever seen, died at the age of 87 after suffering a severe stroke.    Upload your favourite Margaret  Thatcher photo and Win   Go to our app: http://www.facebook.com/appcenter/fotofight

Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female prime minister and among the most influential and divisive political leaders the country has ever seen, died at the age of 87 after suffering a severe stroke. Upload your favourite Margaret Thatcher photo and Win Go to our app: http://www.facebook.com/appcenter/fotofight

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Thatcher at the House of Commons

From Margaret Thatcher to Hillary Clinton, we forget that women do not deserve to exercise power only on the condition that we would do it “better” than men and promote the feminist cause.

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Mrs T, the VC10, boozy journos and sing-songs

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Margaret Thatcher 1986

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Margaret Thatcher dead in her bed at The Ritz hotel

He famously attacked her in the press for refusing to waive VAT on the legendary Band Aid single in 1984 – she later relented - but Sir Bob Geldof and Baroness Margaret Thatcher put their differences behind them by 2008 as they chatted at a Rudyard Kipling Poetry reading at the British Library.

The odd couple: Bob Geldof and Margaret Thatcher hook up at poetry reading

He famously attacked her in the press for refusing to waive VAT on the legendary Band Aid single in 1984 – she later relented - but Sir Bob Geldof and Baroness Margaret Thatcher put their differences behind them by 2008 as they chatted at a Rudyard Kipling Poetry reading at the British Library.

Margaret Thatcher as Secretary of State for Education and Science, 1973

Photos: Margaret Thatcher, through the years

Margaret Thatcher as Secretary of State for Education and Science, 1973

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