Margret Thatcher

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Margret Thatcher, born on October 13, 1925, in Grantham, England. She was the prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990. Margret became the first women to hold the position. Margret Hilda Roberts was the youngest daughter of Alfred Roberts and Ethel Lincolnshire. Her father was a local businessperson and owned a grocery store in Grantham. Margret’s father, Alfred, was an active local politician and he served as a council member and a local preacher. Her father introduced Margret to the conservative party. Margret went to Grantham Girls’ High school and after getting good grades, she was accepted to Oxford University, and studied chemistry at Somerville College. Even though Margret studied chemistry at her college, she was always into law to politics. In 1946, the same year she attended Oxford University, she became the President of the Oxford University Conservative Association. In 1947, Margret earned a degree in chemistry and moved to Essex to work as a research chemist. After graduating, Margret never stopped her interest on politics. She ran as the conservative candidate for a Dartford parliamentary seat in 1950. Margret knew that it was…show more content…
Margret sent troops to the Island to win it back, and in June 1982, Argentina surrendered. In her second term, from 1983 to 1987, Margret handled a large number of crisis and conflicts although an assassination was attempted against her in 1984. In 1987, Margret returned for her third term. She aimed to implement a standard educational curriculum across the nation and improve the country’s medical system, but during this process, Margret did not get political support. In addition, she also came up with new ideas in the revenue system, but not all these new changes profited her in any way. Margret started losing her popularity and caused economical unrest in the
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