The Thatcher-supporters' answer to the 'Ding Dong' song failed to get anywhere close to the controversial anthem, reaching Number 35 in the singles chart with sales of 8,768.
The Notsensibles’ 1979 single, 'I'm In Love With Margaret Thatcher', made its Top 40 debut some 34 years after it was first released.
It was adopted in the wake of the 'Ding Dong' uproar by supporters of the late Prime Minister.
More top news
The contract that set the Beatles on their way to superstardom is to go up for sale for the first time, and could fetch as much as £500,000.
The shortest man ever to have been measured has died aged 75, Guinness World Records has announced.
Britons have stepped forward to offer help to refugees after a photo of a drowned three-year-old boy prompted an outpouring of support.