Now the Iron Lady has finally been laid to rest such debates will fade away, making her legacy more and more the focus of historians. Evans, whose book Thatcher and Thatcherism has re-examined the impact of her collected policies through the 1970s to the current coalition, thinks that, like the French Revolution, it's too soon to really tell quite what effect Thatcherism will have on Britain.
George Osborne's reluctance to push through a full split of banks' investment and retail arms has collapsed, prompting anger and recrimination from the City.
The government's plans to split banks' retail and investment branches "fall well short", MPs have warned.
Britain looks to have won a key concession as European leaders agree new banking union rules in Brussels today.
As peace talks begin between the Colombian government and Farc guerrillas, the City of London must trecognise its responsibility for this bloody conflict.
Bankers who manipulate the interbank lending rate Libor should face criminal sanctions, an independent review has concluded, as part of efforts to reform "what has become a broken system".
Ed Miliband called for the creation of two new banks as he outlined his plan for "a better banking system" in a major speech today.
Following Barclays' £290 million fine for fiddling the interbank lending rate Libor the search for answers from Westminster has begun. But where will this end up? Will the inquiry into wrongdoing in the banking sector change anything?
Ministers are set to strengthen sanctions against those responsible for the Barclays Libor scandal.
Robert Talbut, chairman of the investment committee at the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said:
David Hillman, spokesperson for the Robin Hood Tax campaign, said:
David Fleming, national officer for Unite, responds to the figures:
Ed Miliband is launching a fresh offensive against George Osborne, following the chancellor's defence of big bonuses for City bosses.
Differences of opinion are emerging within the coalition over its response to the RBS bonus row.
Anti-capitalist protesters camped outside St Paul's Cathedral face eviction after a bid to remove them succeeded in the high court.
Prime minister David Cameron tells BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show his views on executive pay:
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna gives his response to the government's proposals for a clampdown on executive pay:
Liberal Democrat backbench business committee co-chair Lorely Burt comments on the government's proposals for a clampdown on executive pay:
Britain will have to negotiate with the EU over a range of rules threatening the City in spite of David Cameron's veto, Vince Cable has warned.
The coalition is to press ahead with its reforms to the banking system by implementing the Vickers report's proposals in full.
George Osborne's autumn statement has been branded 'Plan A Plus' by business leaders.
David Cameron says the City of London is a "key national interest" that needs protecting from the EU.
The UK is set to prevent the European Union setting up a financial transaction tax out of fears it will disproportionately affect London.
Pro-business campaigners are ratcheting up pressure against the coalition as the unveiling of banking reforms nears.
Britain's powerful and wealthy elites have the same attitude as opportunistic rioters, Iain Duncan Smith has suggested.