Labour MP and Oscar-winning actress Glenda Jackson attacked Margaret Thatcher during tributes to the former PM on Wednesday, describing her as "not a woman on my terms."

The MP for Hampstead and Kilburn angrily denounced Thatcher for promoting "greed, selfishness and no care for the weaker" adding "she wreaked heinous spiritual damage on this country."

Over shouts of "sit down Glenda" from Tory MPs, Jackson bucked cross-party appreciation of Thatcher saying many women who she grew up with "would not have recognised their definition of womanliness" in the late leader.

It was a powerful speech, and one with ardour to rival the former PM's impassioned rallies to the Commons more than 20 years ago.

Indeed, rifling through a back catalogue of their interview and speeches, it is difficult to tell who said what.

So can you tell Glenda Jackson from Margaret Thatcher? Take our 'who said it quiz' below?

Who said it: Glenda Jackson or Margaret Thatcher?

  • Question 1 of 10

    When I'm out of politics I'm going to run a business, it'll be called rent-a-spine

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  • Question 2 of 10

    I have never believed you make your case stronger by bad-mouthing your opposition.

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    I owe nothing to Women's Lib.

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    Of course it's the same old story. Truth usually is the same old story.

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    If I'm too strong for some people, that's their problem.

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    If you just set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing.

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    It is our duty to look after ourselves and then, also, to look after our neighbours.

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  • Question 8 of 10

    Men can be a great deal of work for very little reward.

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  • Question 9 of 10

    It would be nice if education was free to everyone who wanted it, but that's not the world we live in.

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  • Question 10 of 10

    Plan your work for today and every day, then work your plan

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