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"The Iron Lady" .Labour councils are giving it an 18 certificate..


Nick Tessla
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Seems Maggie has no remorse about events - as she now can't remember anything! :wink:

 

A depressingly large number of tory supporters seem to have the same problem. :blink:

 

 

Not seen the film (I may bother to once it's on DVD) but I've seen a number of articles that say that the politics isn't a big part of the film - it's more of a personal rather than political story - whatever next ? - maybe Adolf - The Movie : the story of how an impoverished painter overcame his background- abusive childhood and being injured in World War I to become leader of Germany, but no mention of the whole holocaust and world war thing. Just a downer man! :|

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In 2010, the University of Leeds and Woodnewton Associates carried out a survey of 106 academics who specialised in British politics and/or British history since 1945 and came up with the result that Clement Attlee was the best PM.

 

 

Pretty sad when you consider how long ago that was. Anything to do with the fact that they no longer have life experience before becoming MP's?

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Say what you will about the woman, and dislike her has much as I do, but looking back, Maggie Thatcher must rate as the strongest PM in post WWII years.

So strong and determined was she that Killer Blair attempted to emulate her with the Iraq war (remember the Falkland war when Maggie emerged triumphant and smelling of roses?). However, it all went wrong for Killer Blair and he emerged dripping with blood and smelling of shit!

Killer was more successful at emulating the idiosycrasies of HRH Charles, Prince of Wales, when giving his speeches to the public, or anybody for that matter, showing obvious signs of illusions of grandeur and an ambition to be as a 'royal'. <_<

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Say what you will about the woman, and dislike her has much as I do, but looking back, Maggie Thatcher must rate as the strongest PM in post WWII years.

So strong and determined was she that Killer Blair attempted to emulate her with the Iraq war (remember the Falkland war when Maggie emerged triumphant and smelling of roses?). However, it all went wrong for Killer Blair and he emerged dripping with blood and smelling of shit!

Killer was more successful at emulating the idiosycrasies of HRH Charles, Prince of Wales, when giving his speeches to the public, or anybody for that matter, showing obvious signs of illusions of grandeur and an ambition to be as a 'royal'. <_<

 

 

I take it your not a Tony Blair fan Cleo. :P

 

I agree with most things you have just said. I must watch this film as I have heard plenty of good reviews. I also secretly claim to be a little of a MT fan.

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