Thatcher document auction

The original document which was sent and signed by Margaret Thatcher signalling the end of the Falklands War, is going under the hammer today in Shropshire.

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Thatcher's Falkland document auctioned for £5,500

Margaret Thatcher at San Carlos cemetery on the Falkland Islands Credit: PA Archive

The original telex message signed by Margaret Thatcher to signify victory in the Falklands, has today fetched £5,500 at an auction in Church Stretton, Shropshire.

The document states: " The Falkland Islands are once more under the government desired by their inhabitants. God Save the Queen."

It was predicted to fetch between £10,000 and £15,000.

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Margaret Thatcher's clothes fetch £75,000 at auction

Suits that once belonged to the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, have been auctioned off this afternoon. Credit: ITV Central

Suits that once belonged to the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, have been auctioned off this afternoon, fetching just over £75,000.

The seven outfits that were once owned by the Grantham-born politician were sold at Christie's auction house in London. This is the suit that fetched the most, selling at £25,000.

This is the suit that fetched the most, selling at £25,000. Credit: ITV Central

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