Margaret Thatcher’s father – a paedophile?

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(not satire)

A 15-year-old girl who used to work in a grocery shop owned by Margaret Thatcher’s father said that he had regularly molested her.

In 1997, the girl told a journalist from The Independent:

He was a bad one. He came round and put his arms around me, feeling my breasts. He used to put his tongue in my mouth. I got quite frightened. I didn’t like it and I’d push him away.

She also said Thatcher’s father used to regularly molest other teenage girls who worked in his shop:

He’d say nothing and go, but then he would come back again. He used to chase other girls round the counter.

Looks like abusing helpless people was a bit of a family trait in the Roberts family.

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