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... in its entirety. It is considered a defining speech in Thatcher's political developmen The phrase "the lady's not for turning" that Thatcher used in her 1980 speech was intended to be a pun on The Lady's Not for Burning, a 1948 play by Christopher Fry ... Is the lady for turning? - Rozemarijn Dols | 9789024414031 ... ... . The pun was made by Thatcher's speechwriter although Wikipedia suggests that its punniness flew over Thatcher's head at the time. The lady's not for turning This speech was delivered to the Conservative party conference in Brighton on October 10 1980 Margaret Thatcher. T heresa May's disastrous participation in the Salzburg summit was evidently fresh in her memory. She was described as having "showed too much arrogance" in a miscalculation similar to David Cameron, had her plans ridiculed, and had been openly mocke ... PDF Is the lady for turning? - Managementboek.nl ... . T heresa May's disastrous participation in the Salzburg summit was evidently fresh in her memory. She was described as having "showed too much arrogance" in a miscalculation similar to David Cameron, had her plans ridiculed, and had been openly mocked by Donald Tusk in an Instagram post that sent shockwaves through social media. Get this from a library! Is the lady for turning? : vrouwelijk leiderschap in beeld. [Rozemarijn Dols; Schreib tekst & redactie.] -- Bespreking van vrouwelijk leiderschap aan de hand van onder meer speelfilms en documentaires. The lady's not for turning." I say that not only to you but to our friends overseas and also to those who are not our friends. _____ 1980 Oct 10 Fr, Margaret Thatcher. Speech to Conservative Party Conference ('the lady's not for turning'). Related Videos. 0:32. A Prime Minister should be intimidating. Is the lady for turning- vrouwelijk leiderschap in beeld - Komt 5 maart uit! Published on April 18, 2018 April 18, 2018 • 10 Likes • 0 Comments The lady was not for turning, we were reminded on Margaret Thatcher's passing. Except on German unification, where the lady reserved the right to change her mind....