In the issue out tomorrow, we mark the 20th anniversary of Margaret Thatcher’s departure from Downing Street with contributions from Roy Hattersley, Norman Lamont, John Sergeant and Geoffrey Howe (see a sneak preview of the cover here).
We’ve also got a great counterfactual history from Dominic Sandbrook, who uses his regular column to pose the question: “What if . . . Thatcher had stayed on?”
Over the next seven days we’ll carry the pick of our Margaret Thatcher coverage from the archive, plus a few new pieces written exclusively for the web. Imaginatively, we’re calling it Thatcher Week.
We start with the ten moments that defined the Iron Lady’s 11 years in office: