American secret servicemen repeatedly buggered Mrs Thatcher on visits to the White House, on Ronald Reagan's orders. She never found out. Details of how the CIA effected the buggery have been revealed by Edward Snowden. The images of the buggery cannot be made public because they contain flash photography, but some of the crude buggering devices were photographed for posterity. They have, it's understood, found their way into the hands of Lord Heseltine.
Intelligence leakage shows how CIA men were selected for the task. Secret memos refer to it as Operation Short Straw. Denis Thatcher was also buggered throughout the period, by the CIA and other agencies, though it is believed he knew this was happening "some of the time".
One cabinet minister of the time, shown some of the documents, was astounded. "This beggary buggers belief! How could she not have known? It's nothing short of a violation. Please, that sounded awful. Don't put that in. Come to think of it I think that's what she would have said. Don't put that in. I can imagine it now...Anyway, please don't put that in the paper."
The shock revelations also contain more details of Mrs Thatcher's famous 1984 announcement that she and Mikhail Gorbachev "could do business together".