Sir Alan Walters Dies

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Sir Alan Walters the man credited as being one of the driving forces behind ‘Thatcherism’ has died. A spokesman for Lady Thatcher announced earlier today that he died peacefully at home on Saturday aged 82. For his foresight and formidable mind this party, this country and indeed this world owe him an enormous debt of gratitude.

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5 thoughts on “Sir Alan Walters Dies

  1. Well bloody said David. When Heath died, despite their obvious history, Thatcher paid a very generous and warm tribute to him calling him a ‘political giant in every sense of the word’. I sincerely hope Lawson will take note.

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