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Memories of Maggie: A Portrait of Margaret Thatcher [Hardcover with dust jacket]

Hand Signed by Margaret Thatcher

Love her or hate her, there is no denying Margaret Thatcher her place in history as one of the most influential Prime Ministers of the twentieth century. Ten years after she left office, her figure still bestrides the political scene, both in Britain and around the world.

Memories of Maggie
, published to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Margaret Thatcher's resignation as Prime Minister in November 1990, brings together personal reminiscences and anecdotes from those who - whether political friends or opponents, observing her from the press gallery, or toiling to keep her flame alight in the constituencies - experienced close encounters with the Iron Lady, including Geoffrey Howe, Sir Robin Butler, Cecil Parkinson, Michael Howard, Norman Lamont, Michael Brunson, Peter Lilley and Matthew Parris.

A collection of more than 100 anecdotes and reminiscences of Margaret Thatcher, arguably Britain's greatest peacetime Prime Minister, by those who knew her best. The book includes contributions from Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev, Vaclav Klaus, Lord Owen, Matthew Parris, Sebastian Coe, John Redwood, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, Geoffrey Howe, Alexander Haig, Neil Hamilton, Michael Dobbs, Bob Hawke, Ann Widdecombe and William Hague. This unique book is edited by Iain Dale, author of As I Said to Denis, the Margaret Thatcher Book of Quotations.

Early in 2003 Lady Thatcher kindly agreed to sign a very limited number of Memories of Maggie: A Portrait of Margaret Thatcher [Hardcover with dust Jacket] books.

Lady Thatcher personally signed these books at her London office/residence/home.
We managed to obtain those books and now we have them available for purchase.We originally purchased these hand signed books through Politico's bookstore which was originally located at 8 Artillery Row, Westminster, London SW1P 1RZ, very near to the House of Commons U.K. Parliament.

All the books have been personally handled by Lady Thatcher and are in the condition they were when delivered to Mr Johnson.
We have a very limited number available and once they have sold we will not be able to aquire anymore due to Lady Thatcher's passing.
Iain Dale who was the owner of Politicos bookstore is a very well respected gentleman in the world of politics and you can find more information about him on this website.
N.B. : we have more that one of these signed books, we have photographed one below, but they are all very similar.

The price for each signed Memories Of Maggie: A Portrait Of Margaret Thatcher hardback book with dust jacket is (Please email us for price)

The signed book will be sent Royal Mail Special Delivery to the U.K. GBP-Pounds £12 fully insured and Royal Mail Airsure worldwide GBP-Pounds £22 fully insured
wrapped in acid free paper, bubblewrap and polystyrene popcorn and sent in a protective double wall box. The postage and packing fee is the actual cost.

These books are personally handled and hand signed by Lady Thatcher.
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Iain Dale, 43, is a writer, broadcaster and was the owner of He is Chief of Staff to the Rt Hon David Davis MP and Dale was a Conservative Candidate in the 2005 General Election. Iain has worked as a parliamentary researcher, financial journalist and political lobbyist. Among his many books are As I Said to Denis: The Margaret Thatcher Book of Quotations, the Dictionary of Conservative Quotations, Memories of Maggie, The Unofficial Book of Political Lists, the Tony Blair Joke Book, The Blair Necessities, Memories of the Falklands, the Politico's Book of the Dead and Prime Minister Portillo & Other Things that Never Happened. Iain lives in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Iain Dale is one of Britain's leading political commentators, appearing regularly on TV and radio. Iain is best known for his political blog, Iain Dale's Diary and football blog, West Ham Till I Die. He is a contributing editor and columnist for GQ Magazine, writes for the Daily Telegraph and a fortnightly diary for the Eastern Daily Press. He presents a weekly Friday night political talk radio programme on Play Talk and was the chief anchor of Britain's first political internet TV channel, 18 Doughty He is the publisher of the monthly magazine, Total Politics and the author or editor of nearly thirty books.

Iain stood as a Conservative candidate at the last election and was Chief of Staff to the Rt Hon David Davis MP in the recent Conservative Party leadership election. He is a former political lobbyist, financial journalist and publisher and was the founder of Politico's Bookstore. He is the creator and host of the theatre production A Night With Ann Widdecombe, which tours provincial theatres all round the country. He is Director of the Conservative History Group and co-director of the Campaign for Fixed Term Parliaments. Iain is also a vocal proponent of an English Parliament.

Iain is an accomplished public speaker, and has just been signed up by the Specialist Speakers bureau. He is much in demand for both set-piece speeches on current affairs, as well as humorous after dinner type speeches.

He is a former financial journalist with Lloyds List, and was a political lobbyist before setting up his own political bookselling and publishing company, Politico's, in the late 1990s. He was a presenter of Radio 5 Live's Sunday Service programme alongside Fi Glover and Charlie Whelan from 2000 to 2004, and presented 5 Live's 2001 election night documentary Counting Chickens.

The following are among his programme credits: Breakfast with Frost, Today Programme, Simon Mayo Show, Question Time Extra, 5 Live Breakfast, 5 Live Drive, Victoria Derbyshire, the Jon Gaunt Show, The Panel (Irish equivalent of Have I Got News for You), Steve Wright Show, The Sandy Toksvig LBC Show, Sunday AM, Between the Lines (Press TV), Newsnight, News at Ten.

Iain has written or edited more than twenty books including Margaret Thatcher: A Tribute in Words & Pictures, The Little Book of Boris and 500 of the Most Acerbic, Witty & Erudite Things Ever Said About Politics.

Iain is a natural TV and Radio performer and is a regular guest, commentator and pundit on countless nationally renowned programmes which include the BBC. He is also a skilled interviewer and presenter. His half hour and hour long interviews on the pioneering internet TV station, 18 Doughty Street, won him plaudits from across the spectrum. His Oneword Radio Show, PLANET POLITICS, demonstrated perfectly his art of the conversational interview. He has presented two Telegraph TV programmes, HEFFER CONFRONTED and DALE’S TOURS.

Iain is an accomplished radio presenter, having co-presented Sunday Service on Radio 5 Live with Fi Glover and Charlie Whelan, and also his own interview show, Planet Politics on Oneword digital radio. Every Friday night he presents a two hour talk radio show on Play Talk. He is a regular pundit on Radio 4's various current affairs programmes (including Today, World At One, PM & The World Tonight) and Radio 5 Live (Simon Mayo, Drive, Breakfast, Victoria Derbyshire, Richard Bacon). He wrote and presented Radio 5 Live's 2001 election night documentary, Counting Chickens, and contributed three short documentaries to Sunday Service including Two Sword Lengths a study of cross party political friendships.