Small British shareholders have no influence over the overwhelmingly non-British owners of the firms that generate and distribute power in Britain. Gove has deepened that autonomy with his academy programme and added the further option of free schools. The Falklands revived the prestige of soldiering, as huge crowds gathered to wave off and welcome home the troops in Portsmouth.
We can do business together. But the Housing Act ofwhich allowed council house tenants to buy their own homes, changed the face of home ownership in Britain. They have gone down now. Population The UK was a smaller country then - A man [has a] right to work as he will, to spend what he earns, to own property, to have the state as servant and not as master.
During the conflict Argentine soldiers and British troops lost their lives. That summer riots broke out in British cities.
Following the crash ofLabour under Ed Miliband has still to decide whether to make the break from that consensus. Powell proposed it in Four million people applied for British Gas shares at p a pop with a minimum purchase of Which also means less babies being born to a traditional family unit too - inonly A revolution in who watched football and how they watched it was under way.
Now it is the reverse. In the private sector, rents soared. Money was made at the Stock Exchange with effortless panache, as a coterie of licensed dealers acted on behalf of stockbroker firms with redolent names such as Quilter and Co.
Shoulder-pads and sharply tailored suits ruled. Local authority control of education was also much-reduced by the Education Act ofwhich gave autonomy over budgets and appointments to heads and school governors.Running Word Count: 1,To conclude based on the evidence, I think that the conflict with the trade unions was not the main reason for Margaret Thatcher’s fall and that the introduction of the poll tax, inwas the cause of her fall.
‘Thatcherism’, much like ‘Reaganomics’ to the US, is a system of political thought attributed to Margaret Thatcher’s rule over Britain – a period of change and an impact that ultimately undermined a general consensus that had existed in British politics for a.
The text that we have been studying in Drama is Willy Russell’s ‘Blood Brothers’. Willy Russell was born in Whiston, near Liverpool, England, in Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female prime minister, used her cast iron will to help change the face of Britain.
She epitomised a particular. Another important aspect of Thatcherism is the style of governance. Britain in the s was often referred to as "ungovernable".
Thatcher attempted to redress this by centralising a great deal of power to herself, as the Prime Minister, often bypassing traditional cabinet structures (such as cabinet committees). The population has changed too.
There are no accurate figures for the UK's ethnic breakdown before the census, so we can't say what Britain's ethnic mix was.Download