The death of Margaret Thatcher was a reminder of how I first became politicised at the tender age of seven in 1970.
My job at primary school was handing out the free milk to my fellow classmates but I was told by my headmaster that I no longer had this position because of a new education minister, a Mrs Thatcher. I learned then of the power a politician can have on our lives. This lady had no social consciousness. She will not be missed.
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