Beneath The Crown: The True Story of Margaret Thatcher’s Rise to Power

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How did the daughter of a greengrocer become Britain’s first ever female Prime Minister? Join Anita Rani to examine Margaret Thatcher’s rise to power and how her beliefs changed the United Kingdom forever.
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1. The True Story of the Queen vs Margaret Thatcher:
2. The True Story of Young Diana:
3. The True Story of Margaret Thatcher’s Rise to Power:
4. The True Story of Charles & Diana’s Australia Tour:
5. The True Story of Princess Diana’s New York Trip:
6. The True Story of Princess Margaret from ‘78 to ‘85:
7. The True Story of Margaret Thatcher’s Downfall:
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Beneath The Crown: The True Story of Margaret Thatcher’s Rise to Power
In the 1980s, Elizabeth clashes with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher while Prince Charles enters a tumultuous marriage with Lady Diana Spencer.

Paul Keogh
Paul Keogh 9 dögum síðan
The last great British politician. The spineless self serving swamp dwellers who have come after her aren’t worthy of carrying her handbag.
Blu Regard
Blu Regard 10 dögum síðan
Why is some brown woman discussing BRITISH History? Isn't this cultural appropriation?
Isaac Willis
Isaac Willis Mánuði síðan
Would Israel’s Golda Meir be the west’s first PM
Art Mercines
Art Mercines Mánuði síðan
This video is against Thatcher because she's hard worker, intelligent and strong on top of that she's a Christian and conservative.
Faviola Bloisa
Faviola Bloisa Mánuði síðan
Victory of what??? The colonialism is something that belong to The past!!! British people has no business to be in South America
herrgolf Mánuði síðan
What a horrible woman
boy toy
boy toy Mánuði síðan
I want to see all the conservatives feel conflicted that it was a woman who was so for the things they believe in bomb so hard as a leader making decisions that affect the economy.
Mike Clarke
Mike Clarke Mánuði síðan
This history-lite is fine if you don’t take it too misses out a lot, like her husband paying for her political career, the influence of Keith Joseph, and how narrow - if decisive - her victory in 1979 was. Fine if you want to support the fictionalised The Crown, but not the whole story..
Agustín Baletti
Agustín Baletti Mánuði síðan
Biased and totally disgusting progressive propaganda.
Leif Harmsen
Leif Harmsen Mánuði síðan
"Beneath The Crown".... that would be us.
Michael Foster
Michael Foster Mánuði síðan
If you’re looking to Netflix for a true understanding of history, you’re going to be disappointed.
rich ri
rich ri Mánuði síðan
The humorous propane aerobically memorise because ring secondarily satisfy versus a snobbish underwear. optimal, swanky design
KaiTakApproach Mánuði síðan
Wow, the first female Prime Minister....not exactly a good debut....same outlook as your typical wife-beater. Might makes right. Also, she wasn't the first female leader of a Western country....don't have to travel very far to reference Elizabeth 1, who was actually a stellar leader....but that doesn't fit your moronic post-modern feminist narrative. I have had sneezes with more cognitive content than this crap.
gbvoul Mánuði síðan
I think the worse would be a country in debt, and especially to other nations. conservatives don't strive for that. People are free to make their own choices.
Andrew Michael Grogan
Andrew Michael Grogan Mánuði síðan
Will never forgive section 28!
Jam Mánuði síðan
I want a TV series based on thatcher alone
agitus zweos
agitus zweos Mánuði síðan
More of a assault on classical liberalism than a look into her.
ved prakash mevada
ved prakash mevada 2 mánuðum síðan
Is it true she didnt impose sanctions against South Africa because of her Son's business interest in South Africa?
Laura Del Regno
Laura Del Regno 2 mánuðum síðan
If it weren't for general Galtieri she wouldn't have been famous.
Vishwajeet D
Vishwajeet D 2 mánuðum síðan
She ruined our Britain for 12years
Clement Reid
Clement Reid 2 mánuðum síðan
Thatcherism is Sadism....-hurting the people and helping the privileged.
Robert Straw
Robert Straw 2 mánuðum síðan
Someone clearly doesn’t know that Liverpool is in the north west.
myrealboxmail 2 mánuðum síðan
The host is a nice lady but wish I could see more video clips and less of her.
Bruno Ferreira da Silva
Bruno Ferreira da Silva 2 mánuðum síðan
Fact is, Britain wouldn't be a world power if Thatcher hadn't existed. Do I agree with all her actions? Surely not! Am I happy with her legacy, regardless? Yes, I am!
Bruno Ferreira da Silva
Bruno Ferreira da Silva Mánuði síðan
@William Carter By the 1970's, it was decrepit and decaying.
William Carter
William Carter 2 mánuðum síðan
Britain was a world power for hundreds of years before she turned up?
Zoran Stam
Zoran Stam 2 mánuðum síðan
Damm, she good at telling stories
Luis Pablo Seit
Luis Pablo Seit 2 mánuðum síðan
Listo. Qué hagan la serie de Margaret, parece que fascinó a todos!
Luis Pablo Seit
Luis Pablo Seit 2 mánuðum síðan
@Mario Vasquez ya lo sé, y es del mismo productor de esta serie. Pero si dan tanta manija, que hagan una serie, porque le dieron más manija que a Lady Di.
Mario Vasquez
Mario Vasquez 2 mánuðum síðan
Ya esta la película con The Iron Lady
john e Lawler
john e Lawler 2 mánuðum síðan
Thatcher was the epitome of evil
Andy 2 mánuðum síðan
Thatcher inadvertently did more for climate change than any left wing politician
Tommy2shoe811 2 mánuðum síðan
I wouldn’t be surprised at all if later on we find out that the CIA or MI6 stoked the Argentine’s into triggering the Falkland War for the benefit for Thatcher -it’s a well known playbook politicians/world leaders turn to.
DeepSpace12 2 mánuðum síðan
2:53 What happened between 1951 and 1979? That entire "Rise to Power" part was missing..
Afele Hafoka
Afele Hafoka Mánuði síðan
This series is about the queens life, not Margaret Thatcher - it wouldn't really make sense to include parts of her life that wasn't in the lime light of the public. But there is a scene that shows a younger Thatcher at University but I would agree that they could've made parts of her rise to leader of the opposition as her appearance in this series was set from 1979 when it could've been from 1975.
Mia444 Mánuði síðan
Exactly! It was just skipped over.
Instructor 2 mánuðum síðan
would anyone know where there lovely lamp can be seem for sale
Charisma 2 mánuðum síðan
Tbh fukc thatcher. It's great that she became prime Minister in terms of the first woman leader but she jsut fucked working class people and empowerd massive corporations and millionaires to billionaires.
Veronica Avila Honores
Veronica Avila Honores 2 mánuðum síðan
We want subtitles!!!
cmouell 2 mánuðum síðan
“Controversial” = exceedingly popular and successful and we hate it!
Joe Smith
Joe Smith 2 mánuðum síðan
Give Gillian Anderson the BAFTA already.
thejeffinvade 2 mánuðum síðan
Her policy made UK great again.
Max Lewis
Max Lewis 2 mánuðum síðan
This is totally bias - can you please mention the success she achieved economically and the massive long term in economic growth and jobs by the early 90s! Outrageous and inaccurate
Joseph Price
Joseph Price 2 mánuðum síðan
The most overrated and possibly worst PM in British history. The way she obliterated labor and consumer protections has been so severe that Britain has yet to recover.
Paul 2 mánuðum síðan
Very dishonest and unflattering portrayal of Thatcher. Shame they stopped caring so much about history this season.
David Alexander Lourie
David Alexander Lourie 2 mánuðum síðan
If Thatcher loathed privilege and idleness why did she give tax cuts to unearned income. If she admired thrift and resourcefulness why did she attack and starve the working poor whose resourcefulness created the nations wealth and enabled them to survive the previous depression and WWII. Her willingness to adhere to strong religious ideals groomed her to cling to ideology. The ideology was provided by the Austrian/ Chicago School of Economics which are centers of neoliberalism which grew from the Mont Pelerin Society established in 1947 to push back the advances of social democracy. Thatcherism, Reganism, was a corporate sponsored global movement funded by old money to reinstate the old order where government took a back seat while handing the reigns over to untaxed unaccountable free enterprise. We now live with the results. Urban,sprawl and decay, environmental collapse, unending illegal wars, polluting and exploiting industries controlling the levers of power. The lack of compassion, empathy and foresight was not a result of a Christian upbringing. Beating the drums of war during Falkland conflict and attacking the countries most vulnerable to hang onto power has no any ethical basis. Thatcher was a pawn star. A pawn of the establishment starring in the lead role where she was crafted as a carefully scripted character.
Louis Drolet
Louis Drolet 2 mánuðum síðan
The narration by Anita Rani is excellent.
M Amadeus
M Amadeus 2 mánuðum síðan
Thatcher: "Make Britain Great Again" And no one called her a racist for doing it. Imagine that.
Adrian White
Adrian White 2 mánuðum síðan
She’s racist. There I said it for you
Monique Sinha
Monique Sinha 2 mánuðum síðan
The host is wonderful and her outfits are always so chic ❤️
Dinky 2 mánuðum síðan
Odd camera framing, kept getting distracted by a white shoe waggling around in the bottom right corner.
Marisol Diaz
Marisol Diaz 2 mánuðum síðan
Gillian Anderson, Amazing👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
Kyle Walker
Kyle Walker 2 mánuðum síðan
Ah Thatcherism, aims to bring down taxes outcome uk tax bill goes up, aims to cut government spending outcome expenditure increased to record levels, aims to reduce the power of central government outcome more bureaucracy, aims to resist European federalism outcome Britain is taken deeper into Europe.
Boz 360
Boz 360 2 mánuðum síðan
Did anyone else notice that the character of Mrs. Thatcher on The Crown acted a whole lot like Shakespeare's Richard III?
MatchEntry 2 mánuðum síðan
“bugger the miners”
Claire Magnuson
Claire Magnuson 2 mánuðum síðan
Thatcher sounds terrible. I’m young and American and all we learned about her in school was that she was the first female prime minister, and that she was like the British, female Ronald Reagan. This video and the crown didn’t paint a prettier picture. By the end of the season, what was most disturbing to me was the length of her reign and her refusal to adapt. Not sure if that’s totally accurate, but she was called the Iron Lady. That length of reign and that attitude reeks more like a despot. Also, using wars to hold onto power, glory, and imperialism makes my blood boil. I think it would’ve made sense if she served one regular term, and then was voted out for making the lives of many of her citizens worse, and for not understanding the mechanisms that keep the poor poor. Lastly, I’m guessing they overdid this in the show, but it sorta seems like she completely failed to recognize her obvious privilege (white, secure nuclear family, inspiring hard working father, her immediate family didn’t get disrupted by WW2, some natural smarts, no major physical maladies, and the fact that I doubt she could’ve done all she did today without some more cash. And our today is very much shaped by reagan and thatcher, unfortunately).
John Smith
John Smith 2 mánuðum síðan
@R B yeah, I get that. OP was talking about their grievances with Thatcher as a whole though.
R B 2 mánuðum síðan
"The Crown" is a work of fiction based loosely on real events and people. Nearly all the events and people depicted are done so crudely and exaggerated for dramatic effect. This little puff piece is here to entice you to watch the series, so won't contradict it greatly.
John Smith
John Smith 2 mánuðum síðan
To me, Thatcher was the best Prime Minister the Uk ever had. What you were taught about Thatcher was right. She and Regan were very much alike. They were even friends. The fact that she was PM for about 11 years just goes to show that she was a popular PM, despite having waves of unpopularity. If the British people wanted her out, then the Tories (short for the Conservatives party) would have done so a lot quicker than wait 11 whole years to do it. You don't know this about the Tories but, if they want to remove their leader, they'll do it no matter what. You only say she was a despot, despite not actually knowing a lot of her policies, I'm willing to bet. Thatcher had to bring the UK out of crippling debt due to a few reasons: one of them was partly to do with the financial aftermath of WW2, the other would be because of the Labour governments nationalising everything and giving more power to the Trade Unions. The power the Union had was so much that it caused the WInter of Discontent, that led Thatcher in the first place to win the 1979 General election, beating out James Callaghan (Labour PM at the time, your version of the Democrats). Thatcher curbing the Union's power was because of the public hating them so much. If anything, the Winter of discontent harmed the Uk more than Thatcher did. She wasn't a despot or despot adjacent. If she was, then the show would have been ousted immediately. In the UK, we have measures in place to remove PMs. It's called a "no-confidence motion", Basically, if the House of Commons loses confidence in the government, then the PM must call a general election so that a new government can be formed. I'm gonna assume you don't know the reason why the UK went to war with the Falklands. Long story short, Argentia invaded British land (The Falkland Islands), the UK responded. If someone just decided to one day try and take over a state, I doubt anyone in America would be too thrilled about that. Thatcher also wants an imperialist. She actually did a lot to help the poor, like her housing policy: she basically allowed for families to buy the council houses they were renting. This policy helped a lot of people get on the property ladder, and help them be more successful. Thatcher was also fine with having poor people and a divided society economically, so long as the standards, and what you get even when you're poor are better than what it could've been if you were poor in the 1950s. this is something I personally agree with. Finally, I think you overestimate Thatcher's situation. For all intents and purpose, she wasn't supposed to be PM. she wasn't even supposed to be the leader of the Tories/ leader of the opposition (basically a government in waiting for if the real government loses an election/ the current PM resigns to force an election. In the instance of the latter, the leader of the opposition would have 14 days to make a new government). when she was voted party leader, most of the party didn't like the fact that a woman was in charge of them. She also quite clearly worked hard to get where she got to. her father was also a greengrocer, which was not a high paying job. I've left a lot of information out and condemned what I did write about, but hopefully, this was informative. We probably have different ideas to how the Uk and the USA should be run, since you don't like Thacher or Regan, and I love them both,
Eric Plunder
Eric Plunder 2 mánuðum síðan
The impression that Thatcher lacked compassion exists is because Thatcher lacked compassion.
lynxminx4 Mánuði síðan
@Gustav Maia In an environment where the already-powerful control all the parameters. Yes, we know, we've definitely heard the sermon.
Eric Plunder
Eric Plunder 2 mánuðum síðan
@Pan-Britannic Traditionalist Conservative that's very interesting. Thank you.
Eric Plunder
Eric Plunder 2 mánuðum síðan
@Pan-Britannic Traditionalist Conservative really? They were all sold to private companies who took them on even though they were loss making?
Justyna Sukiennik
Justyna Sukiennik 2 mánuðum síðan
@Eric Plunder she foresaw the ecological climate friendly policy of EU. Now they pressure us to close our mines. So why does it matter
Gustav Maia
Gustav Maia 2 mánuðum síðan
@Charlotte Vale what I meant to say was, this idea thst she was hated was myth. Nobody can please everyone, she stayed in power for 11 years, that means the British pele thought she was doing a good job for the country.
Akhtaruzzaman Joy
Akhtaruzzaman Joy 2 mánuðum síðan
2:37 she reminds me of my college gf who was stone and power hungry individual. Looks also similar.
Gillian At Home
Gillian At Home 2 mánuðum síðan
Getting big Lucy Worsley vibes from this host ❤️
Juyong Park
Juyong Park 2 mánuðum síðan
A hard-working man was her idol -- her conviction was a sound one.
Graeme B
Graeme B 2 mánuðum síðan
Maggie! Maggie! Maggie! Dead! Dead! Dead!
Karl Nulty
Karl Nulty 2 mánuðum síðan
Everyone forgets to mention that unemployment later fell, overweening union power was smashed, uncompetitive nationalised industries were privatised and made profitable again by private investment rather than public funds, and Thatcher was so popular she won 3 elections with huge majorities. Far more than any of her useless successors have achieved.
Matt T08LFC
Matt T08LFC 2 mánuðum síðan
And then she had a stroke and we all lived happily ever after x
Claire Magnuson
Claire Magnuson 2 mánuðum síðan
When did unemployment fall and why?
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 2 mánuðum síðan
Do you think she effectively utilized girl power by funneling money to illegal paramilitary death squads in Northern Ireland?
Adam Craig
Adam Craig 2 mánuðum síðan
Lol lets not cry over dead Republicans
David I
David I 2 mánuðum síðan
At Oxford "she was surrounded by the rich and privileged and had trouble making friends..." and then spent the rest of her life trying to make life easier for those rich and privileged people by screwing over the working class.
anna bochorishvili
anna bochorishvili Mánuði síðan
Because of her England became independent if not her England would be part of Soviet Because of her England valut Is most strong valut And even now politics continue her idea
David I
David I Mánuði síðan
@anna bochorishvili Also, strong economy? Unicef is literally sending aid to poor communities here!
anna bochorishvili
anna bochorishvili Mánuði síðan
First miners became not so dangerous in UK in Georgia an I mean country if you don't know Google so in Georgians even now miners are nothing and I think my country need a strong political like her
David I
David I Mánuði síðan
@anna bochorishvili Liverpool and former mining towns in Yorkshire called they said gtfo
anna bochorishvili
anna bochorishvili Mánuði síðan
because of margaret England is strong country with strong economy system
kidpagron primsank
kidpagron primsank 2 mánuðum síðan
From what I see on comments, many are either Argentine (ultra) nationalists, Northern England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales.
Shirsha Chakraborty
Shirsha Chakraborty 2 mánuðum síðan
Did she support the apartheid regime in South Africa? The series left me confused on that.
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 2 mánuðum síðan
I’m pretty sure she did.
Shirsha Chakraborty
Shirsha Chakraborty 2 mánuðum síðan
@kidpagron primsank So conflicting isn't it. :/ I guess , it's true that it's better not to adore politicians .
kidpagron primsank
kidpagron primsank 2 mánuðum síðan
I would say neither. She certainly not support apartheid, but had business interests (her son?)
LM 2 mánuðum síðan
Thank goodness she d*ed😎😎 great acting tho
Mongoose Man
Mongoose Man 2 mánuðum síðan
She was a bitch indeed
Alif Nurfakhri
Alif Nurfakhri 2 mánuðum síðan
I believe that government should be run just as Sir Humphrey said, "it's better to be heartless than mindless"
T747 2 mánuðum síðan
She's the devil in person May she rot in hell
Rafael Corrales
Rafael Corrales 2 mánuðum síðan
So basically she was quintessential when it came to destroying workers rights and making life in Britain shittier for the working class. Cool I guess
Throwaway That’ll Stay
Throwaway That’ll Stay 2 mánuðum síðan
Absolutely she was. She is the poster child for not caring about the little guy.
Juan Pablo Morales
Juan Pablo Morales 2 mánuðum síðan
Las Malvinas siempre serán Argentinas
C. Brogan Savage
C. Brogan Savage 2 mánuðum síðan
A lot of Thatcher’s ideology came from Enoch Powell. Also - I imagine her and Nixon would have gotten along given their work ethic and hatred of the privileged elites.
Joseph Price
Joseph Price 2 mánuðum síðan
Yet, both of their policies benefited the privileged and penalized the poor and working classes.
Sebastian Harrison
Sebastian Harrison 2 mánuðum síðan
This video is full of inaccuracies
Rhett N.H
Rhett N.H 2 mánuðum síðan
Slay the poor people queen!
Kappie11 2 mánuðum síðan
Nice elaborate addition to the marvelous series 'The Crown'
George Bond
George Bond 2 mánuðum síðan
Where did Thatcher get her beliefs from? Goebbels
B L 2 mánuðum síðan
They should have included the Poll Riots in the show.
The God Of Imagination
The God Of Imagination 2 mánuðum síðan
It good job nothing like that happens now [slowly looks at USA]
amber 2 mánuðum síðan
Vile woman
Milena Chaufan
Milena Chaufan 2 mánuðum síðan
The falklands where invaded by the British not the other way around...
Paula Shelton
Paula Shelton 2 mánuðum síðan
I had to laugh when the Crown had Thatcher bemoaning commonwealth countries lack of human rights. As if that old witch cared one iota about human rights!
Lee Gregory Peck
Lee Gregory Peck 2 mánuðum síðan
She never 'claimed victory' after the last miners gave up and went back to work. Watch her immediate response to the news. It was humble, somber and she acknowledged the suffering of the families involved.
Alex 2 mánuðum síðan
She was ultra based
Cool Christiangirl
Cool Christiangirl 2 mánuðum síðan
I always find it interesting when a self made politician that came from a low class treats the lower class when they get into power. Thatcher and her policies reminds me of Alexander Hamilton and his policies, which largely gave power to the rich and made them richer at the expense of the lower class, where he came from. Are they trying to prove themselves by hurting the poor and helping the rich? I am not ripping on Thatcher and Hamilton, I’m just pointing out an observation.
Adam Craig
Adam Craig 2 mánuðum síðan
@Cliff Morham just like the treatment of black conservatives in the US atm.
Cliff Morham
Cliff Morham 2 mánuðum síðan
Britain in the 70s was on the slide into economic oblivion after years of socialism had created a lazy entitled population used to government hand outs and labour union dictatorship. She was hated because she was both a woman and a conservative, but she put down the foundation that made the UK the economic power it is today and made London the economic and financial centre of Europe.
Adam Craig
Adam Craig 2 mánuðum síðan
Triggered because she didn't give working people hand outs. She worked her way to the top but you expect her to pander to people that cant help themself?
Am from Brazil and Brazilians love her becuse she kicked argentina ass
Davide Orsini
Davide Orsini 2 mánuðum síðan
Gillian did a better job than Meryl Streep, and Meryl was amazing in the Iron Lady! She won an Oscar! I think Gillian deserves the Golden Globe or Emmy as Best Supporting Actress in a drama series
Bee Walsh
Bee Walsh 23 dögum síðan
Just give Gillian all the awards now, she kicked butt.
Suge Lite
Suge Lite 2 mánuðum síðan
Gillian was a bit exaggerated for me. The accent was too drawn out sounded like an 80yo Margaret not the sharp as whip jutting interruptions of thatcher prime. Also no constant smirk. Thatcher was really more obtuse with her self belief always performing. Gillian interpretation was more understated. Streep interpretation was more accurate for me
Taylor T
Taylor T 2 mánuðum síðan
So.....y’all still hate Thatcher or she did a good job in retrospect?
Sarah Rajic
Sarah Rajic 2 mánuðum síðan
Anita’s voice is so soothing and clam I feel like she’s reading me a bed time story, and then it cuts to a clip of Margaret Thatchers and it’s like rubbing my ear on a cheese grater.
Francis Heperi
Francis Heperi 2 mánuðum síðan
Oh shut up!
Fresh Turkey
Fresh Turkey 2 mánuðum síðan
Someone please tell Netflix, it is the Queen who is the Head if Britain.
Samita Pariyar
Samita Pariyar 2 mánuðum síðan
Sound like she was like Trump 😂 idiot
Kage Williams
Kage Williams 2 mánuðum síðan
She was a cock
jmitterii2 2 mánuðum síðan
Thatcher: My goal is to change this country from being dependent to self reliant. Results: made it less dependent and more reliant on funny money and the games of finance, gutted much of the UK's industrial capacity, as like in the US under trickle down Reagan-nomics, rendered half the population poor or low income, the next 30% just squeaking by as we re-introduced robber baron 2.0 on steroids. We see the same thing that occurred all through the 1800's and into the 1920's with fascism on the rise. With wack-a-doodle leaders of nations being elected. The world figuratively and literally burns. Because of people like Thatcher and Reagan under the Ayn Rand philosophy greed as defined as willing to do harm to get more of something is somehow a positive virtue. When you make harm a virtue, murder and rape and pillage become thus too. As we can see... it leaves the world in shatters. Keep in mind we now have nuclear weapons. We simply cannot afford another world war. But these people brought us to that possible eventuality. And the demise of our advancing technological civilizations, at the very least a dark age that may last more than a thousand years. This is their legacy. And we should never forget it.
A guy From Ireland
A guy From Ireland 2 mánuðum síðan
She saved Britain
13 2 mánuðum síðan
Interesting to see how a war that cost hundreds their lives can be someone else’s saving grace
Jim Harper
Jim Harper 2 mánuðum síðan
This video seems biased against her. Lots of talk about suffering and no discussion about her successes. Much of the statist policies of her predecessors had ossified the country and caused considerable economic strain. Why didn’t you actually cover this?
Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 2 mánuðum síðan
The crown is monarchist propaganda written by a Tory who’s movie about Diana says the true victim of her death was the queen and you know not her children or Princess Diana herself.
ZE 2 mánuðum síðan
Deficient of empathy. She truly wrecked generations with her daddy issues.
Ian Southward
Ian Southward 2 mánuðum síðan
She was hated - until everyone found out she was on the team that invented Mr Whippy smooth ice cream... just saying.
Joseph Price
Joseph Price 2 mánuðum síðan
She’s still hated. She was a horrible, vile human being.
TheTwinkiefoot 2 mánuðum síðan
@Mild Misanthrope accurately so?
Mild Misanthrope
Mild Misanthrope 2 mánuðum síðan
And her critics used that fact against her, saying that Mr. Whippy was just like her policies. “Full of air and lacking substance.”
Mike Krakowitz
Mike Krakowitz 2 mánuðum síðan
And angel delight
Mectrex 2 mánuðum síðan
I think a lot of her ideas were decent and came from a good place but her execution was dreadful and resulted in a lot of awful side effects. It’s a shame because she could have been amazing and exactly what we need nowadays, someone strong and decisive. But just not with the mass unemployment and the attempt to privatize the NHS among may other things.
Jared 2 mánuðum síðan
Blair started privatisation of the NHS.
Flávio Sousa
Flávio Sousa 2 mánuðum síðan
"Tatcherism", you meant Neoliberalism
Booshter Mánuði síðan
@Adam Craig plenty of successful people complain. I live a good life and get angry and seeing people do better by working two to three jobs and still struggling to make ends meet. Neo liberalism and crony capitalism is a cancer on western society.
tubularbill 2 mánuðum síðan
@Shauna Allen - myth? How do you make that measure. Over the last 40 years immense wealth has been build up. More people are out of poverty across the globe than ever before. The US and Britain both quadrupled their GDP. How do you say this is a myth?
Adam Craig
Adam Craig 2 mánuðum síðan
@Giuseppe C. lol never hear successful people complaining. Be better
Giuseppe C.
Giuseppe C. 2 mánuðum síðan
@Jorge Rosales working people made Western Europe great, and liberalism hates working people.
Jorge Rosales
Jorge Rosales 2 mánuðum síðan
you mean liberalism, the idea that made western nations great.
Zach C
Zach C 2 mánuðum síðan
Controversial? You mean the greatest?
Walter wicks
Walter wicks 2 mánuðum síðan
The definition of quitting: insert here The opposite of that: Margaret Thatcher
Karla Tanaka
Karla Tanaka 2 mánuðum síðan
Love Maggie, such a strong figure
Mark Brinton
Mark Brinton 2 mánuðum síðan
thatcher was an awful prime Minister and person
Sweet Suite
Sweet Suite 2 mánuðum síðan
The definition of quitting: insert here The opposite of that: Margaret Thatcher
KesselRunner606 2 mánuðum síðan
Until she booted out by her party, and quit.
Sweet Suite
Sweet Suite 2 mánuðum síðan
In many ways, I'm reminded of Hilary Clinton when I see Margaret Thatcher!
Melanie O'Hara
Melanie O'Hara 2 mánuðum síðan
Just saw the whole of Season 4-brilliant! Thanks for this info on Maggie. Cheers from Wyoming!🌹
gusy629 2 mánuðum síðan
Unfortunately, Thatcherism was driven by man’s value.
Red Wine
Red Wine 2 mánuðum síðan
she was her father's daughter!
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