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“Mad as a hatter” means “completely insane”. Example: If the prime minister thinks that people will be happy to pay higher taxes, he must be as mad as a hatter.

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (L) and former British Prime Minister Thatcher arrive 16 October 1995 at Claridge's in London for a dinner to celebrate the former Prime Minister's 70th birthday. Baroness Thatcher greeted the Queen warmly, laying to rest past speculation that the two women did not get on with each other.

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“Mad as a hatter” means “completely insane”. Example: If the prime minister thinks that people will be happy to pay higher taxes, he must be as mad as a hatter.

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Member's Lobby and the entrance to the Chamber of the House of Commons with statue of former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill which was unveiled on this day 1st December, 1969

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June 20, 1983: Princess Diana next to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau during arrival ceremonies on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario

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