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Ken Loach missed the memo about not speaking ill of the dead. The British socialist director behind films such as "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" and "Poor Cow" slammed Margaret Thatcher in a statement calling her "the most divisive and destructive Prime Minister of modern times." Thatcher, who was the United Kingdom's first and only female prime minister, died Monday at the age of 87. While she was in power, Thatcher clashed with the labor movement over her belief in deregulation and push to privatize state-owned companies. Loach suggested that any »


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