Margaret Thatcher: The 1988 'Sermon on the Mound' speech
Watch video of the highlights of one of the most significant speeches made by Baroness Thatcher.
In May 1988 Margaret Thatcher addressed the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
The speech was one of the most significant she ever made in Scotland, where her politics were never embraced by the majority of the country.
During the address, she put forward the case that her view of capitalism and the free market was justified by Christian theology.
It became known as The Sermon on the Mound, principally by those who criticised both her politics and her decision to address the General Assembly.
Watch highlights of the historic speech in video on this page.
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