Margaret Thatcher opposed calls for a major public education campaign to prevent an Aids epidemic, newly published files reveal.Read the full story ›
A midnight blue velvet dress and matching muff Margaret Thatcher wore at her wedding in 1951 has sold at auction for £25,000.Read the full story ›
The British prime minister beat the Queen, Mother Teresa and the first female Nobel Prize winner in a new poll.Read the full story ›
Delicately worded memo by then press chief from 1985 is among cache of newly released documents from former PM's private files.Read the full story ›
Personal papers belonging to Margaret Thatcher have been given to the nation in lieu of death duties.
The former prime minister won three elections over 11 years and as might be imagined, the collection - ranging from a memoir of the Falklands Conflict to copies of speeches - is extensive.
The documents have been added to the Churchill archive in Cambridge.
ITV News Political correspondent Libby Wiener reports
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A former bodyguard to Margaret Thatcher claims he warned her one of her top aides, Sir Peter Morrison, allegedly held sex parties with under-age boys.
Barry Strevens, who is also an ex-detective chief inspector for Cheshire Police, said he passed on the allegations immediately.
But despite learning of the rumours he claimed Lady Thatcher appointed Sir Peter deputy party chairman of the Tory party. He died in 1995 but has since been linked to child sex abuse claims in North Wales.
Mr Strevens told the Sun on Sunday (£): "I am sure he would have given her assurances about the rumours as otherwise she wouldn't have given him the job."
Tory grandee Lord Tebbit has previously said he confronted Sir Peter over the allegations and received a flat denial.
A full-scale investigation into claims of an alleged paedophile ring in Westminster is now underway.
Earlier this month Ex-Tory activist Anthony Gilberthorpe also claimed Thatcher knew about alleged illicit sex parties within her party.