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  • noun an advocate of Thatcherism


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  • Mmm I must remember to buy some rose tinted glasses ,then I can see these thatcherite dreams you have Iain,remember her defence minister Nott storming off the tv.

    Lady Thatcher Speaks on Falklands Liberation Anniversary 2007

  • I think he's referring to any government, left or right doesn't matter they all work for the same people. sounds like wishful thinking for the good old thatcherite days Actually no, the alternative way is: Cut tax avoidance -up to 120bn of corporation tax and income tax is lost each year.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed 2011

  • The Conservatives are a weird mixture of one-nation, moderate, liberal tories and thatcherite europhobes, the Labour party has everything ranging from socialists, to social-democrats, to neo-liberals, and the Liberal Democrats are party struggling to reconcile its liberal, small state wing with its social-democratic, big state wing.

    The Guardian World News Michael White 2010

  • There is a lot wrong with GWEAT BWITAIN and toffy thatcherite supporters.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | 2009

  • The man sets out on a crusade of change and as soon as things get a little difficult, retreats into thatcherite right wing bo***cks.

    Tories retreat to core values 2007

  • As they never work it is unlikely they would be able to pay fines. re concentration camps, the americans used them first to control native americans, the english merely made them tougher. even you,under dodgy daves policies never expect to work again, because you are happy never to work again what gives you the right along with the rest of these extreme rightwing thatcherite followers the right to condemn the rest of Britain to unemployment, a cut in living standards, cut in services all for the sake of ideology, typical tory response In 1945 we were really broke, yet the NHS was developed, investment was being made in infrastructure.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed 2011


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