Heck, I'd even love a duplicate of the original devoted to Maggie Thatcher.
I've just been to the very enjoyable 40th party held by my friend and colleague, Dan Hannan, held at Maggie's, the Thatcher-themed nightclub on the Fulham Road, in west London.
It will come as no surprise to Dan's readers that he is keen on the Lady, as indeed am I; as were most of his guests. But what was staggering that, later on in the evening, the nightclub opened its doors to people who weren't Dan's guests. And in poured a tide of young, attractive and fashionable clubbers. When I left, at around 11.30, there was a long queue building up on Fulham Road to pay a £15 cover charge to get in.
A Thatcher themed nightclub? I absolutely love it!
The author goes on to note the irony of the youth of the UK loving Maggie today, given how she was reviled by the youth of the 1980s. But then again, the UK has not had a real leader since the Iron lady was driven from power in the 1990s, so there is no doubt a great longing for one. That is why I expect to see the younger generation latching on to Ronald Reagan any day now -- the last truly great American president of my lifetime (the only one, in point of truth).