I just came off watching Margaret Hilda Thatcher’s Ceremonial Funeral Procession through London, and the Service at St Paul’s Cathedral on TV. It was quite a moving farewell to one of Great Britain’s most able Prime Ministers from 1979 to 1990. I recalled I was barely in my 30s, andContinue reading
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