By George Eaton - 08 April 06:31
Thatcher squeezed public services but high unemployment meant spending rose by an average of 1.1% a year.
By Jason Cowley - 08 April 05:52
The New Statesman was at the forefront of anti-Thatcher campaigning. But in common with much of the left, it never properly understood the forces she unleashed.
By George Eaton - 08 April 04:26
"She moved the centre ground of British politics," the Labour leader said. He is trying to achieve the same feat today.
By Helen Lewis - 08 April 02:19
"I hate feminism. It is poison," she reportedly told her adviser Paul Johnson.
By George Eaton - 08 April 01:22
How Barack Obama, Mikhail Gorbachev, Ed Miliband and others have responded to the former prime minister's death.
By Laurie Penny - 06 March 04:03
The left has no monopoly on political correctness. Just try being rude about Margaret Thatcher. Right now, the list of things we’re not allowed to say about the rich and powerful is getting longer - and not just for professional writers.
By Helen Lewis - 22 December 09:29
Former prime minister had "minimally invasive" procedure and remains in hospital.
By New Statesman - 18 December 02:57
Like the former Conservative prime minister, Miliband aspires to be a genuinely transformative leader. Will he succeed?
By George Eaton - 30 October 04:29
Unlike Thatcher in the 1980s, the current Conservative Party does not enjoy the advantage of a divided left.