Emlyn Hughes, Margaret Thatcher and Bob Paisley, 1976..
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Paisley's (1919-1996) reign as manager of Liverpool FC (1974-1983) was the most succesful in British football history, winning three European cups, six league championships, three league cups and the UEFA Cup, seen here with the First Division (Premiership) Cup. Hughes (b 1947) was captain of the team. Margaret Thatcher (b 1925) was elected leader of the Conservative Party in 1975, and in 1979 became Britain's first female prime minister. After three general election victories in November 1990 she was forced out of office by her own party, and in 1992 she was elevated to the House of Lords to become Barones Thatcher of Kesteven.