In this June 9, 1983 file photo, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher leaves the Castle lane, Westminster, England polling station with her husband, Dennis, after casting their votes in the general election. (AP Photo/Kemp, file)
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Most hosts would be quite happy to have Paul McCartney come to a shindig.Newly released papers show that the late husband of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher put a question mark next to the former Beatle's name on a proposed guest list he was reviewing.The papers, released Saturday, show Denis Thatcher putting check marks next to the guests he approved and question marks next to those he was less comfortable with.The papers didn't offer an explanation of why he questioned the Beatle.
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