National Archives documents reveal Welsh Secretary told PM exempting the homeless would create 'enormous loophole'
National Archives documents seemingly reveal how plan to defuse boycott of 1986 Commonwealth Games was thwarted
The late Baroness was chosen because the scientist initially thought the illusion only worked with her face, according to an urban legend
From Margaret Thatcher's funeral to the Bank of England's secret analysis of the economic consequences of Britain leaving the EU
For a century, Britain's relationship with nature has been a complex one – but with the advent of regular extreme-weather events, it has become utterly muddied. Now we don't know where we stand, says the author and farmer Brian Morton
'She was surrounded by gay people amongst her advisors'
For a man with a laminated manner and reasonably secure posh accent, Parkinson came from the plainest of northern working class backgrounds
Lord Parkinson's status as Thatcher's natural successor was ended by the revelation of his affair with Sara Keays
From Old Contemptibles and Suffragette to Barmy Army...
Gregson had avowed a sense of 'deep depression' at Heath’s giving in to the miners in 1972
Pining for an age of austerity is based on a dangerous myth, says Marcus Tanner
Ronald Reagan once recommended his British counterpart, Margaret Thatcher, read a novel by Tom Clancy in order to obtain a better insight into the mind of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev
Archive documents reveal cabinet rows over public education programme
Archive revealed ‘disgusting’ advice delivered to Mrs Thatcher
The public has the right to expect an apology from Mr Letwin
Exclusive: Privatisations outstrip even those made by Margaret Thatcher's Chancellors Nigel Lawson and Geoffrey Howe