Margaret Thatcher's full name was Margaret Hilda Roberts. After graduating in 1947, he worked for four years as a research chemist. In 1951 she married Dennis Thatcher, a wealthy industrialist. Was the leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. In 1959 he entered the House of Commons, winning the "safe" Conservative seat Finchley in North London. Elected as a candidate for Finchley in April 1958 (defeating Ian Montagu Fraser). He was elected as an MP for this seat after a difficult campaign in the 1959 election. In October 1961, he was promoted to the frontline by Harold Macmillan as parliamentary undersecretary in the Ministry of Pensions and the Ministry of National Insurance. Thatcher was the youngest woman in history to receive such a position, and was one of the first MPs elected in 1959. In 1967, the United States Embassy selected Thatcher to participate in the International Visitor Leadership Program, a professional exchange program that led them to various US cities and political figures, as well as institutions such as the International Monetary Fund. Gave opportunity to spend about six weeks. Thatcher was appointed as Secretary of State for Education and Science in 1970.
Margaret Thatcher was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for the longest period of the 20th century (1979–1990) and the only woman to hold this office. In 1970, Margaret Thatcher was given the responsibility of education minister in Prime Minister Tad Heath's government. After becoming a minister of education, Thatcher prohibited milk given to children in the age group of seven to 11 years. Following his decision, the Labor Party gave him the title of "milk snatcher". Margaret Thatcher was made environment minister in the pseudo government formed in 1975. His electoral successes were dubbed a "historic hat trick" by the British press in 1987 after leading the Conservative Party to victory in three consecutive general elections. Thatcher's tenure as Prime Minister for 11 years and 209 days was the longest in office since Lord Salisbury (13 years and 252 days, in three spells) and Lord Liverpool (14 years and 305 days). Was. He is the longest serving Prime Minister who has been officially referred in this way, as the post was only officially recognized in 1905 in order of preference.
Thatcher 2002 BBC Poll 100 Greatest ranked highest among surviving individuals in Britain. In 1999, Time ranked Thatcher as one of the 100 most important people of the 20th century. In 2015 she topped a major financial services company by Scottish Widow, voted as the most influential woman of the last 200 years; And in 2016, the women who topped the BBC Radio 4's Woman Our Power list made the most impact on women's lives in the last 70 years. In 2020, Time magazine named Thatcher in its list of 100 women. She was chosen as the Woman of the Year in 1982, the year in which the Falklands War began under her command and resulted in a British victory.