No, Prime Minister!
Teresa Gorman is one of the most colorful, outrageous and outspoken political figures that the Westminster hothouse has yet produced. A maverick Tory Member of Parliament, she has been a staunch campaigner for women's rights, a high-profile Europhobe and, some might say, a constant thorn in the side of political authority. Now that she has resigned her seat, she is in the position to be able to reveal all the scandals that she's hitherto had to keep a lid on. These include Maggie Thatcher's surprising sexual secret; the time Gorman was called to John Major's office and suspected that his interest in her was rather more than professional; and the secret of the gay relationships of a former Prime Minister.
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