Thatcher sucess in 1983 election

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Thatcher sucess in 1983 election

·         The economy was recovering, inflation falling and a sense of affluence was spreading in the south.

·         New, high tech industries were popping up in the south east.

·         The full impact of Thatcher’s economic policy was confined to the north of England, South Wales and Scotland.

·         The Labour Party had their worst result since 1918, receiving only 27% of the vote, resulting in 209 seats.


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