Margaret Thatcher biography: Denis's friendship with Mandy Rice-Davies, and the final days of the Iron Lady

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Who was her 'total ally' Denis, and how were the final days of her life spent?

There was an element of absenteeism even in the relationship with Denis. His loyalty to his wife was absolute. He was, as Crawfie put it, “her total ally”, but by the time she was ejected from office he had “had enough” of relentless activity and high drama.

 

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