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Question 1: This personal approach also became identified with a certain toughness at times such as the ________, the IRA bomb at the Conservative conference and the Miner's Strike.
Falkland IslandsFalkland Islands sovereignty disputeFalklands WarFalkland Islands Defence Force

Question 2:
Thatcherism, Socialism and Capitalism are all:
Politics of the United Kingdom Economic ideologies Libertarianism in the United Kingdom Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom

Question 3:
Thatcherism, University of Buckingham and The Freedom Association are all:
Margaret Thatcher Libertarianism in the United Kingdom Right-wing politics Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom

Question 4:
Thatcherism, Bedfordite and Marxism–Leninism are all:
Political philosophy by politician Margaret Thatcher Libertarianism in the United Kingdom Right-wing politics

Question 5: [16] However, whereas some of her heirs, notably Michael Portillo and ________, embraced this libertarianism, others in the Thatcherite movement, such as John Redwood, became more populist.
Francis MaudeWilliam HagueDavid CameronAlan Duncan

Question 6: Since Thatcher resigned as British Prime Minister in 1990, UK economic growth was on average higher than the other large ________ economies (i.e.
European UnionGermanyEuropean ParliamentDenmark

Question 7: Thatcherism describes the ideology, policies and political style of the British Conservative politician ________, who was leader of her party from 1975 to 1990.
Ronald ReaganMargaret ThatcherWinston ChurchillHarold Macmillan

Question 8: No major ________ in the UK, at present, is committed to reversing the Thatcher governments reforms of the economy.
PoliticsIdeologyPolitical partyParliamentary system

Question 9: Additionally, since the beginning of the 2000s, the UK has also possessed lower ________, by comparison with the other big EU economies.
Gap yearUnemploymentDiscouraged workerUnderemployment

Question 10: In 2001, ________, a Member of Parliament belonging to the British Labour Party closely associated with Tony Blair, famously declared that "we are all Thatcherites now."[33]
Jack StrawGordon BrownDavid MilibandPeter Mandelson







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