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Boris Johnson among Conservatives calling for 'Thatcherite zeal' against trade unions

One Tory wants to curb 'abusive militant minority,' while union bosses condemn 'the rhetoric of the dictator'

Touched by George Osborne's tears? Don't worry. It'll all end in votes

The Chancellor's grief at Lady Thatcher's funeral won't sway his critics, but many found it both genuine and moving

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Entrepreneurial spirit: Order of Service from Thatcher funeral goes on eBay

She would perhaps have approved of the entrepreneurial initiative. Memorabilia from Baroness Thatcher's funeral, including a mint condition Order of Service, is already being auctioned to the highest bidder on eBay.

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Sir Jeremy Heywood, head of Britain’s civil service

MPs attack top civil servants over Thatcher tribute

Head mandarins praised Lady Thatcher as the 'best kind of boss'

Nick Clegg has distanced himself from the Prime Minister's claim that

Nick Clegg rejects David Cameron's claim that 'we're all Thatcherites now'

Deputy Prime Minister challenged Thatcher's legacy over apartheid and gay rights

The coffin containing the body of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher arrives for the ceremonial funeral

More than 4m watch BBC television coverage of Margaret Thatcher's funeral

More than four million people tuned in to watch live coverage of Baroness Thatcher's funeral.

Margaret Thatcher's funeral: Grassroots mingle with the great and the good

Party faithful join family members to bid fond farewell in personal ceremony

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Simon English: Cowgill dodges a bear trap over Thatcher

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A banner in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire

'Rust in peace': Former mining village Grimethorpe bids final farewell to Margaret Thatcher as effigy is hanged

Hanged, paraded, punched and spat on before finally being set alight – cheered on by the jeering crowd.

Michael and Amanda Thatcher, grand children of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, react as they leave her funeral service at St Paul's Cathedral

After the Iron Lady's granddaughter Amanda opens funeral service at St Paul's Cathedral - we introduce you to the rest of the Thatcher family

Sir Mark has been out of the headlines since his arrest in South Africa in 2004 for his alleged involvement in a failed coup in Equatorial Guinea whilst Baronness Thatcher's granddaughter Amanda gave a reading from the King James Bible at the funeral service in St Paul's Cathedral.

Margaret Thatcher funeral: Mourners outside St Paul's Cathedral pay respects to 'inspiring' woman

Devotees of the Iron Lady arrive early to watch funeral procession of leader who was 'simply the greatest'

Pallbearers carry the coffin of Margaret Thatcher as it arrives to be laid at the Crypt Chapel of St Mary Undercoft in the Houses of Parliament
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