The distribution of power that the former PM laments was created by the surge in inequality under the Conservatives in the 1980s.
For the Tories, Margaret Thatcher remains beyond reproach. It’s this that will stop them from winning.
Reactions to her death quickly turned from the personal to the political.
The PM contradicts himself - is he a Thatcherite or not?
To succeed in age of globalisation, British manufacturers need a government that rejects laissez faire Thatcherism.
The revelation from Peter Mandelson that Thatcher told him the Irish are "all liars" is of a piece with her attitude to Northern Ireland and Irish affairs.
A new YouGov poll shows voters reject policies including the sell off of council housing, the privatisation of public utilities and prioritising inflation over employment.
Only Labour has the values and the vision to respond to the public appetite for an end to market fundamentalism and gross income inequality.
The Conservative Party has never recovered from what it did to Margaret Thatcher and from the legacy of bitterness that resulted.
What we need today is a Thatcher of the left: a leader who would repeat Thatcher’s gesture in the opposite direction, transforming the entire field of presuppositions shared by today’s political elite.