'They launched very early into this attack, this description of all the horrors that would happen if we exit. I just listened to this and thought, ‘this is complete nonsense’
Labour said the move echoed Alex Salmond's stance that Scots actually 'didn't mind' Thatcherite economics
Europe - Them or Us: Voice of the People, BBC Two; Camping, Sky Atlantic
The Big Question: Should the Government step in to save the British steel industry?
From Benjamin Disraeli's first speech in the Commons to Ed Miliband's Labour conference speech...
This was a documentary about history documentaries, in particular those produced as part of the BBC's Timewatch series
Those behind scheme hopes the sun's reflection will allow the Iron Lady statue to be a ‘shining testament to liberty’ across from the university nightclub
Irish Republican and US presidential hopeful made plea in 1981, while serving as Mayor of Burlington, Vermont
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
Something to get off your chest? Make a fashion statement with your feelings. Slogan T-shirts are enjoying a revival says Kate Townshend, and they're as contentious as ever
The role of leaders' personal histories in shaping the past is reappraised
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
The Thatcherite was twice Chairman of the Conservative Party and made a life peer in 1992
Thatcher had infamously dismissed the African National Congress (ANC) as “a typical terrorist organisation”