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  Teresa Gorman Friday 26 October 2001  
After 14 years in parliament, Teresa Gorman decided to stand down at the last election, and has just published her autobiography.

The outspoken former MP, who became infamous over her support for 'the Bastards' in John Major's cabinet, reveals what he really thought of her.
She also tells Martha why she lied about her age, and about her belief in HRT which she says helped her through the most strenuous time of her life.
No, Prime Minister! (Blake Publishing Ltd, ISBN: 1904034004, £16.99).

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