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Outlook Singaporeans may be angry at the fund manager Anton Casey for his loathing of the ordinary folks on their island. But they shouldn't be surprised.

Today, there is only one
politician who aspires
to end the post-1979
consensus. Ed Miliband

Margaret Thatcher caught the tide of change. Can Ed Miliband?

Inside Westminster: Today, there is only one politician who aspires to end the post-1979 consensus

The London Mayor Boris Johnson has told LBC Radio that police in the capital are prepared for a riots and disorder over Baroness Thatcher this weekend.

Boris Johnson accused of 'hyping up' the threat of violence at Margaret Thatcher's funeral

Organisers accuse mayor of using riots warning to provide excuse for pre-emptive arrests

Margaret Thatcher's body will lie in Parliament chapel on night before funeral

MPs and peers will be able to pay their private respects in St Mary Undercroft

Lord Heseltine

Andy McSmith's Diary: Dry eyes for Lord Heseltine?

The news that Margaret Thatcher’s old nemesis, Michael Heseltine, will be at her funeral is an excuse to replay the story that the Tory MP Conor Burns told the Commons a couple of years ago.

Cover image of Charles Moore's authorised biography of Margaret Thatcher, Not For Turning

Charles Moore lands first blow in battle to define Margaret Thatcher's legacy and destroy 'myths of the Left'

When Glenda Jackson excoriated Margaret Thatcher’s record in Parliament “to stop history being re-written”, she may well have had Charles Moore’s authorised biography in mind.

Met Police Sergeant Jeremy Scott resigns over offensive messages about Thatcher death

A serving police officer who posted offensive messages online following Baroness Thatcher's death has resigned.

Mark Leftly: Margaret Thatcher's foe got it right on Canary Wharf

Outlook Love her, loathe her, or just plain sick of hearing about her, the death of Margaret Thatcher should have at least focused the spotlight on one of her greatest enemies this week: Lord Heseltine.

Glenda Jackson, the Labour MP who stole the show during Commons tributes to Margaret Thatcher, claimed that messages coming in from the public were ten-to-one in her favour

Glenda Jackson on the death of Margaret Thatcher: 'I had to speak out to stop history being re-written'

Glenda Jackson's attack on Baroness Thatcher drew jeers - but, she tells Andy McSmith, she has no regrets

Chumbawumba In Memoriam: Margaret Thatcher

Chumbawamba send fans Thatcher In Memoriam record four years after pre-order

Chumbawamba fans have received the Margaret Thatcher EP In Memoriam four years after pre-ordering the record. 

Flowers laid outside the home of Baroness Thatcher in Belgravia

Death parties: One thing for Hitler, but another for Thatcher

There is a difference between tyrants with a consistent record of mass murder and democratically elected politicians

Row over Margaret Thatcher statue location

A row has broken out over suggestions that a statue should be built in honour of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.

Nick Clegg, David Cameron and Ed Miliband all attended the emergency recall of Parliament

Furious Tories jeer as Labour MPs condemn impact of Margaret Thatcher's policies in Parliamentary 'tributes' session

A show of unity by the three main political parties over Margaret Thatcher since her death on Monday ended when Labour MPs launched strong attacks on her record during Commons tributes to her yesterday.

Page 3 Profile: Sir Malcolm Ross, member of the Royal household

The head of Operation True Blue?

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers only wants a minute’s silence for Hillsborough

Hillsborough families oppose minutes silence for Margaret Thatcher

Brendan Rodgers has said the only silent tribute this weekend should be held before Liverpool's game at Reading in order to honour the memory of the 96 supporters who died in the Hillsborough disaster.

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