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    Personally i will rejoice if Ian Duncan Smith has a heart attack and dies after all the stress he is causing my son. I couldnt stan Thatcher as well but im sure her and her government had something to do with bringing in DLA. I maybe wrong.

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    How about...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfhxJiE38sE
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN0NdhcVEZU
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WhhSBgd3KI
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy9GmieAEaQ
    (my father, 3 uncles, grandfather and at least a dozen neighbours all worked at the "Bathgate no more" place, British Leyland truck and tractor plant)

    There was a street party in George Square, Glasgow...
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-west-22072150
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    may the iron lady rust in peace

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    We are told that the country is bankrupt, however the government see fit to spend £8 Million on this despotic sociopath's funeral.

    25,000 have signed in 24 hours.

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/45966
    Last edited by vikstar; 09-04-13 at 09:29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vantage View Post
    You reference to lunch with IDS was the quote I was refering to
    Which I still stand by, without any regret or guilt, even Thatcher wouldn't back IDS as Tory leader, maybe she saw too much of herself in him.

    This lot make her look like a "Fairy Godmother" and I find it very difficult to write any form of compliment regarding Margaret Hilda Thatcher.

    Anyone who shows any type of sympathy for "That Woman" must have lived in a part of the country that was not decimated by her policies, or maybe Planet Tory, where "Greed and selfishness is good"

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikstar View Post

    Anyone who shows any type of sympathy for "That Woman" must have lived in a part of the country that was not decimated by her policies, or maybe Planet Tory, where "Greed and selfishness is good"
    Absolutely agree vikstar.
    I'm totally amazed at the sickly gushing sentiment now being shown for someone who was widely regarded as the most reviled priminister in british politics.
    She destroyed this country so completely that I doubt it will ever recover and especially when her Tory pals refer to her as a role model, says it all about the state of our society.

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    Vikstar you are so right, why should we feel anything but anger for this woman who had no regrets at putting hundreds of thousands on the dole que, making the lives of millions of that of post war britain, why should one person in this country want to honour the architect of such evilness shown towards her own people, im disgusted at the money being spent and the sense of loss portrayed in this

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    If you don't mind I will not share your enjoyment, if you can't say anything nice about a dead person don't say it keep it to yourself.
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    For info Vikstar, During the 80s I grew up in the North West. My uncles and grand father worked down the coal mines, my dad didn't. One of my uncles lost his job, which was a good thing or the job would have killed him. He enjoyed his last years. Nobody in my family has been without a job for more that a few weeks, during the 80s, 90s, even today.

    As for greed, I don't believe I am but I work hard and I enjoy things my hard word brings me: nice cars, holidays, house etc. Does that make me greedy?

    Just one fact for you, and somebody else on here who mentioned the car industry. In 1980 the Uk produced less than 1 million cars, many of them very aging and of poor design/quality. Last year we produced over 1.4 million, now very goods cars which we export around the world. We are a major world producer.

    People blame the Tories for everything bad, but guess they had nothing to do with rebuilding an industry which was almost destroyed by bad management, no investment and poor union leadership
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    Quote Originally Posted by vantage View Post

    Just one fact for you, and somebody else on here who mentioned the car industry. In 1980 the Uk produced less than 1 million cars, many of them very aging and of poor design/quality. Last year we produced over 1.4 million, now very goods cars which we export around the world. We are a major world producer.
    We no longer own any of it
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