Margaret Thatcher

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The current plan, showing Baroness Thatcher dressed in her peers' robes, was rejected as it was not considered to reflect her role as the UK's first female prime minister.
The layout and design of the formal dining room and interlinking study on the ground floor has been reinstated exactly as Baroness Thatcher had it during her 22 years at the property, providing an impressive link to the propertys historical significance.
The sale takes place 25 years after Baroness Thatcher left office and in the year when she would have celebrated her 90th birthday.
DEFIANT Miners arrive at Easington Colliery club for yesterday's gathering as the funeral of Baroness Thatcher takes place
Britons in Bahrain earlier voiced sadness at the death of Baroness Thatcher, who visited Bahrain in 1988 and 1991.
The ceremonial funeral for Baroness Thatcher has taken place at St Paul's Cathedral in central London in the presence of the Queen, Prime Minister David Cameron and dignitaries from all around the world.
Andrew RT Davies, Welsh Conservative leader, said Baroness Thatcher "broke through the glass ceiling" at a time when women were expected to stay at home.
The President wrote: "It was with profound sadness that I received the news that the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Baroness Thatcher, passed away.
The latest figures from the Official Charts showed 'Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead' had reached number 54 within 12 hours of the death of Baroness Thatcher being announced, the Daily Mirror reports.
THE Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will attend the funeral of Baroness Thatcher next week.
GEORGE Galloway has said he will not be taking part in Parliamentary tributes to Baroness Thatcher today, claiming debate is "not allowed".
London, April 10 -- Baroness Thatcher, who died of a stroke on Monday, stirred up mix emotions across the country which clearly bordered along party lines.
According to media reports, Baroness Thatcher, who was 87, won three general elections for the Conservatives and shaped UK politics for a generation.
PUBLICIST MAX CLIFFORD Very news about Baroness Thatcher, I didn't agree with her politics or policies but she was a remarkable lady.
The self-sacrificing leadership and service to the nation and the world community Baroness Thatcher earned a great respect across the world due to her self-sacrificing leadership and service for the benefit of her nation, the President said.