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'I'm beautiful,' said Simon Weston, a survivor from the Sir Galahad. 'I was beautiful before and I'm beautiful now.' Over half his body had been appallingly burned
Trouble was, I watched, and didn't protect my face.I didn't feel a thing, just a rush of hot air in my throat.
Maybe the most history will be able to say is that the Thatcher years decelerated British decline.But elsewhere, Mrs Thatcher 's relations with the state ended in confusion, futility and contradiction.
MPs will reconvene next Thursday, the first time since the Falklands War in 1982 that they have been summoned during a recess.But it is sad that at this critical time Europe has not fully measured up to expectations.
Her crisis-management rating, as measured by MORI, soared from 64 per cent approval at the beginning of the affair to 84 per cent at the end.Dissatisfaction with its general performance sank from 40 per cent to a low 26 per cent, then recovered to 37 per cent.
Over the previous three hours the overwhelming Conservative victory which had seemed inevitable from the start of the campaign came steadily to pass.She approached the new term of office "with a very great sense of responsibility and humility.
Her crisis-management rating, as measured by MORI, soared from 64 per cent approval at the beginning of the affair to 84 per cent at the end.Interestingly, 54 per cent remained "dissatisfied" with her Prime Ministership in general, compared with the 40 per cent who were pleased.
Removed from the penumbra of Mrs Thatcher, all three candidates look subtly different.His was a calmer, more measured campaign than Mrs Thatcher's, which spoke well for the qualities some see missing in him, namely balance and judgment.
2pm: A group of about 50 youths demonstrates outside the police station, shouting abuse and damaging some vehicles, but demonstration is largely peaceful.6pm: Meeting held at Broadwater Farm Estate Youth Association from which police are excluded.
He pushed up the Liberal vote by more than 50 per cent to take 57.7 per cent of the total vote - well over twice the vote given to his Labour rival, Mr Peter Tatchell.
An Argentine navy spokesman claimed that within 12 hours of the initial landing the British Governor, Mr Rex Hunt, had surrendered.The Argentine Navy said in a communiqué that its casualties occurred when British Marines resisted an initial landing.
Yesterday was bound to be the difficult bit after Mr Neil Kinnock 's triumph on Tuesday.The demand placed Labour's leadership, policies and philosophy under the spotlight.
After the hullabaloo of the last three weeks, we still don't know who or what caused the Deptford fire in which 13 young black partygoers died last January.The Deptford fire achieved a symbolic significance far beyond the actual tragedy, a significance that laid upon the inquest expectations that it could not possibly fulfil.
Cornish Pastie: generic name for popular men's shoe that folded over and made the foot look like the above or, flicking further through the recipe book, like an ill-assembled apple turnover.Pioneered a 'natural', spectacularly unsexy look for men's shoes, involving crude stitching and moulded soles.
The last big performance was a command one; a dying aria that played to a packed House.But for an hour yesterday they were all still Thatcherites as the longest-running Prime Minister this century left the stage.