Margaret Thatcher broke doctors orders and spoke in New York. Hardball. Here are the first few lines from this London Times story.
"Baroness Thatcher returned to politics last night with an attack on the French, whom she accused of collaborating with enemies of the West for short-term gain.
In a one-off comeback speech in New York, which broke a medical ban on speaking in public, the former Conservative Prime Minister attacked those who use environmentalism, feminism and human rights campaigns to fight capitalism and the nation state.
She praised Tony Blair, but above all President Bush, for overriding the rot that paralysed the United Nations."