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October 12, 1984: Five die as Brighton bomb blast rocks Conservative party conference

An IRA plot aimed at assassinating Margaret Thatcher killed five people but merely hardened the Prime Minister's resolve to stand up to terrorism.

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Margaret Thatcher served as the U.'s prime minister from 1979 to During this time her policies -- some popular, some not -- transformed Britain. The Wall Street Journal looks at the impact Mrs. Thatcher had on the U. Brighton Hotels, Irish Republican Army, Margaret Thatcher, Farm Hero Saga, Wall Street Journal, Grand Hotel, Britain, Photo Wall, Earth

Margaret Thatcher's Impact

Margaret Thatcher served as the U.K.'s prime minister from 1979 to 1990. During this time her policies -- some popular, some not -- transformed Britain. The Wall Street Journal looks at the impact Mrs. Thatcher had on the U.K.

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October 12, 1984: Five die as Brighton bomb blast rocks Conservative party conference

An IRA plot aimed at assassinating Margaret Thatcher killed five people but merely hardened the Prime Minister's resolve to stand up to terrorism.

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October 12, 1984: Five die as Brighton bomb blast rocks Conservative party conference

An IRA plot aimed at assassinating Margaret Thatcher killed five people but merely hardened the Prime Minister's resolve to stand up to terrorism.

A bomb was planted in the hotel by the IRA with the purpose to kill Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet, who were staying at the hotel for the Conservative Party conference. Grand Hotel Brighton, Brighton Hotels, The Ira, Tory Party, Newspaper Headlines, Margaret Thatcher, House Of Commons, Newspaper Article, Thanks For The Memories

Politics | The Guardian

Five people died as an IRA bomb targeting the Conservative party conference exploded at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, at 2.54am on 12 October 1984. Here’s how the Guardian covered the story