Nor has Thatcherite
policy succeeded in one of its chief aims -- to reduce the share of government spending in national income.
Mike Leigh's High Hopes both complicates and reflects the Thatcherite
The Labor Party under Neil Kinnock is a creature of the Thatcherite
Today, Welsh Labour does not want to be Thatcherite
, but it's also just too easy for them.
But asked directly whether he was a Thatcherite
, Cameron replied: "No.
PARIS: Harry Potter is a left-winger and the seven books by J K Rowling are a diatribe against Thatcherite
Britain, a French philosopher said yesterday on the day of the last novel's publication in French.
He is not a steel-hearted Thatcherite
who cares nothing for ordinary folk, he insists, but a genuine one-nation Conservative.
Are we really supposed to believe that the Thatcherite
greed no longer exists?
Mark Allatt, general secretary of the Thatcherite
group, said: "It's time to give our armed forces the support they deserve.
Local authorities were prohibited [by that law] from spending money on anything which "promoted homosexuality"--which is actually an amazingly Thatcherite
view of sexuality: that you could promote it.
Modelled on the excellent German Bundesgartenschauen, the project is to be a permanent and developing community amenity (unlike the earlier cack-handed British experiments with the idea in the Thatcherite
'80s, where the original German system of providing amenities for run-down cities, was subverted to become cheap launch pads for second-rate development).
Just two days before the Budget, he accuses the Chancellor of swallowing "an awful lot of Thatcherite