It is one mark of the historical importance of Margaret Thatcher that she has inspired three full-dress political biographies within seven months of her death and, still more significantly, that all three are excellent. All three are also rooted in close relationships with the former Prime Minister. And each one is different from the other two.
The parliamentary sketch failed to make it to the US – what does this say about their politics?
Coda by Simon Gray
The EU’s Human Rights Act need not be incompatible with parliamentary sovereignty – if the government were to grow a backbone