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Mark Thatcher

Asked to comment on the Guardian story on page 12 about Mark Thatcher’s business dealings with a construction company in Oman, and if this was to happen to the Prime Minister’s family today, would he resign over it, the PMOS said until the journalist disclosed the fact at the end that it was involving Mrs. Thatcher, he was getting more worried as the journalist went on! He said that it was unwise for him to comment on past Prime Ministers, but he thanked the journalist for the relief he felt at the end of the question, if not for the rest!

Put that the Prime Minister had always been compared with Mrs. Thatcher, and did he now want to disassociate himself with someone who had got into trouble, the PMOS said he was always grateful when the journalist was trying to be helpful, but it was best that he did not comment.

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  1. If you are interested in the involvement of the Conservative Party, Mark and Lady Thatcher, New Labour and Tony Blair in the personal benefits of the arms corruption of Whitehall and Westminster, then go to http://www.conservativecampaign.com and http://www.lulu.com/content/384105

    Comment by Geoff Gilson — 25 Sep 2006 on 6:22 pm | Link

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