On the world stage, this great stateswoman made a tremendous impact on our lives and the economy. The difficult decisions that followed, for her dream and ambition was to make Britain stronger, centre of the world, and powerful. She knew this can only be achieved by the British people striving to become richer by working hard and full of aspirations to build a confident society.
Her commitment to freedom and democracy paved her way to centre stage, gaining admiration and respect amongst world leaders, you only need to read the tributes pouring in.
Margaret Thatcher loved her country, yet will also be known as one of the most divisive politicians in political history. It upsets me dearly when a minority are celebrating her death. Further debate on the funeral preparations, others are reflecting on her determination and legacy.
She's now quoted as one who saved Britain, the greatest peace time prime minister, and the one who shaped foreign affairs.
We cannot easily forget, Margaret Thatcher gave hope of a differing kind for all and not just women running family households. She was not a feminist, simply a leader with a passion to lead and on the contrary of varied political beliefs from the opposition, she laid a foundation of Conservatism for many to reflect and respect.