It flew over twice, then circled the cemetery and Missoula in ever-higher spirals into the deep blue summer sky. Thatcher, who flew on the seventh aircraft to take off, joined Cole in April 2015 at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Ohio to accept the Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of the Raiders.The flyovers were a rare honor for an enlisted man in the United States Air Force, but Staff Sgt. His death in Missoula on June 22 prompted a nation’s salute and obituaries in the New York Times and Washington Post. Steve Bullock attended funeral services and ordered flags in Montana be flown at half-staff. The third remaining Raider, Dick Hite, had died the month before.Margaret Thatcher would have campaigned for Britain to quit the EU, a loyal friend revealed last night as he released an extraordinary letter (pictured) written 23 years ago by the former Prime Minister His move follows a hugely controversial claim by Charles Powell, who was Lady Thatcher's private secretary during much of her time in Downing Street, that she would have backed David Cameron's renegotiation and voted to stay in.
Ten miles beyond Willcox, US 191 parts company with I-10 and heads due north, 25 miles across the very wide, empty, cacti-covered plain of the San Simon Valley to Safford, then changes in character as the road becomes narrower and winding, through the Peloncillo Mountains, which are made of dark rocks in varying forms and colors, a hint of the interesting geology that lies beneath, and reflecting increased mineralization that culminates in the historic mining town of Clifton.
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By 1993, Lady Thatcher had stepped down as PM and was no longer an MP, so did not vote.
Releasing a copy of the letter to the Daily Mail, Sir Bill said: 'When she handed this note to me personally, she told me I was to produce it any time when there was a serious question about whether or not she would have signed up to the European project.'She gave the letter to me for a specific purpose and she had trust in me that I would do what she wanted. There has never been the same degree of necessity to (release it) as there is now.'In an article in the Sunday Times, Lord Powell – who was Lady Thatcher's chief policy adviser in the mid-1980s – said she would have 'gone along with what is on offer' and backed Mr Cameron.