The town that made Margaret Thatcher | Politics | The Observer

It was 30 years ago next month that a grocer’s daughter from Grantham walked into 10 Downing Street and shook Britain to its core. Now 83, and long gone from power, Britons remain fiercely divided over the reign of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. As the free-market economy she championed comes unstuck, we returned to Grantham to seek clues to her roots and her legacy

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