James Bloodworth suggests five progressive things done by Margaret Thatcher’s government.
John from the Londonist discusses the effect the former PM had on the UK’s capital city.
Kate Smurthwaite explains why she won’t be celebrating Thatcher’s death in spite of her hostility to the legacy of Thatcherism.
Tom Mills reflects on the life and career of a politician he describes as a ‘class warrior’.
Sebastian Payne expresses his disgust at the events in Brixton on the evening of Thatcher’s death.
I think that a lot of the punditry evaluating Thatcher’s performance has not thought hard enough about the appropriate counterfactual.