Hayek’s Thatcher and the vultures of India First

Some of the good, bad and ugly things that Margaret Hilda Thatcher indulged in as Britain’s longest-serving and only woman PM were inspired by Vienna-born Friedrich August Hayek. The economist, philosopher and Nobel prize-winner lived at the turn of the last century when monarchies were being torn down and crowns dribbled like a football in the interest of the maximum good for all in society.