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Hundreds gather in Glasgow, Liverpool and Brixton to 'celebrate' death of Margaret Thatcher

Hundreds of cheering people held parties to “celebrate” the death of Baroness Thatcher.

David Cameron today described Thatcher as “the patriot Prime Minister”

Ceremonial funeral planned after Thatcher's fatal stroke at The Ritz, aged 87

David Cameron leads tributes as world leaders unite in praise of an iconic politician

Margaret Thatcher obituary: The most divisive political leader of modern times

Her outsider’s mentality made her admired – worshipped, almost – by members of the Conservative Party

A bronze statue of former British Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher inside the Palace of Westminster
Margaret Thatcher had a complex relationship with the European Union

'A great politician and an exceptional person': European leaders react to Margaret Thatcher's death

The former prime minister had a complex relationship with the European Union

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'I was prepared to send her up, but not maliciously'- from Meryl Streep to Maureen Lipman we look at what actresses thought about playing Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher's impact on the NHS

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Britain’s first and only woman Prime Minister, died after suffering a stroke at The Ritz

JANUARY 2007: Thatcher with Tony Blair for a 25th anniversary

Margaret Thatcher's legacy: Spilt milk, New Labour, and the Big Bang - she changed everything

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Margaret Thatcher in a McDonalds branch in East Finchley

Margaret Thatcher: How much did The Iron Lady do for the UK's women?

'With her hair and handbag sitting on a tank, that was macho politics big time'

Workmen lower Britain's Union flags to half-mast above 10 Downing Street

Margaret Thatcher's timeline: From Grantham to the House of Lords, via Arthur Scargill and the Falklands War

Key moments from the life of one of the country's most influential politicians

The Margaret-Denis partnership: The cornerstone of Thatcher's success

The Margaret-Denis partnership was always the key relationship in the Thatcher family.  Denis Thatcher was the ultimate Thatcherite: an old-fashioned businessman who, in his sixties, cast aside many of his ingrained instincts to rise to the challenge of acting as consort to the UK’s first woman prime minister.

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