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1965 Mar 29 Mo
Margaret Thatcher

Speech to Barnet and Finchley Committee of Industrial Life

Document type: speeches
Document kind: Speech
Venue: Salisbury Hall, Finchley
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Journalist: -
Editorial comments: 1230. See Finchley Press, 2 April 1965. "We are both trying to sell policies. I always have the right policies," said MT, proposing a toast to the assurance men. The role performed by the Industrial Life office should continue, she added. "Too many people pay lip service to thrift. You are helping people to save - on the doorstep" She was concerned at the effect of taxes on policy-holders’ investments and also felt that tax relief should be started to cover insurance.
Importance ranking: Minor
Word count: nil
Themes: Monetary policy, Taxation