Dan Hodges paints a bleak picture of relations in the Labour party following Ed Miliband's election.
We are living in the shadow not of Thatcher herself, but of Thatcher the icon.
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Our pick of Thatcher’s most iconic moments.
A new chapter . . .
“Remember, George, this is no time to go wobbly.”
Can’t pay! Won’t pay!
The Westland affair
“I like Mr Gorbachev. We can do business together.”
“All attempts to destroy democracy by terrorism will fail.”
“Mob rule . . would be the end of liberty and democracy.”
“Just rejoice at that news . . . Rejoice.”
“The lady’s not for turning . . .”
“Where there is discord . . .”