“You have to remember that there were children starving. We knew Thatcher was trying to break us, so we had to galvanise as a community.”
I'm not sure that famous scene from 'Taken' would have captured the imagination like it did if he had said: "I won't find you, but I will find someone of the same race and indiscriminately kill them instead."
Secret documents revealed by VICE show how Sir Geoffrey Howe discussed changing the law to enable the government to ban protests that would offend foreign governments.
Dirty streets, declining public services and poor housing now haunt Thatcher's favourite council ahead of the local elections.
Chris Steele-Perkins' images find collective spirit in the decade of the individual.
We spoke to Dennis Skinner about Tory-hating and the new documentary about him.
Sequins! Sequins! Sequins!
"Alle, der har været unge og følt udlængsel i hjertet, har mærket det. Men at indfange det i et billede, i en serie af billeder, er fantastisk."
Murder in the jungle.
Raymond Depardon's photo series captured everyday life in some of the city's most deprived neighborhoods amid the grind of Thatcher's Britain.
At the height of the Thatcher era, "A Short Film About Chilling" promised Britain's youth an escape.