As Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher's immaculately coiffed blonde locks were as much a part of her image as her famous handbag - and newly-released government files show just how much time she spent keeping up appearances.
Her appointments diary for 1984, released by the National Archives, show that she had 118 hair appointments in the space of 12 months.
In June, when she was hosting world leaders at an economic summit in London she had hair appointments on five consecutive days.
The diary also confirms her reputation as a workaholic who found it difficult to relax.
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