Thu 26 February 2009, The Scotsman

Lindsay Duncan interview: Maggie and me

By James Rampton
IT MAY be almost two decades since she was unseated as Prime Minister, but Margaret Thatcher still arouses visceral feelings in Scotland. Because of her high-handed attitude to the country and her use of the Scots as guinea-pigs for such policies as the poll tax, she remains a deeply divisive figure here. "Scotland," as former Labour First Minister Jack McConnell once said of Thatcherism's darkest days, "will never forget."
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