In 1997, six years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, everything was closed. Could this be our possible future?
Susan here. Now that the Margaret Thatcher funeral celebrations are winding down, I think it best to present a passionate disection of her character by someone who has fought her for 40 years:
Please watch the entire episode before commenting. It’ll be worth the time spent.
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