b 13 October 1946
British Conservative politician, author and broadcaster
One man's priority is another man's extravagence.
I think there is a genuine feeling now that this macho, workaholic, earn lots of money way of life has run its course. There has been a shift in attitude. People are looking for a more balanced approach.
Independent on Sunday, 29 January 1991
I won't claim the workhouses didn't have their problems, but they were set up by people who cared.
One wants to mutter deeply that apart from having two good legs I also have two good degrees and it is just possible that I do know what I'm talking about.
The strongest possible piece of advice I would give any young woman is: Don't screw around, and don't smoke.
Back to Basics was absolute humbug, wasn't it?
Said of her government's policy in the early 1990s