More people deserted our party and we have never recovered.
I think she was ready to go. Not to be kicked out. Go at the top. Undefeated.
I don't know what reception I'm at, but for God's sake give me a gin and tonic.
It would have been a very, very good thing if the next election after Margaret went we had lost.
And certainly don't get caught by the press having too much to drink, you now, that sort of thing.
What it meant to me: a happy life, of course, companionship, of course. A common objective, I think.
I wasn't absolutely too sure where the Falklands was, and I didn't want to make a bloody fool of myself.
The whole of the situation of the Conservative Party today springs from that night when they dismissed the best prime minister the country had had since Churchill.