David Cameron announces special Parliamentary tribute to Margaret
DAVID CAMERON has announced that Parliament will hold a special session on Wednesday to pay tribute to Margaret Thatcher, who died aged 87 today. In an interview with the BBC earlier today, he praised her for her excellent leadership skills and said she was a "great Briton".
The news created a groundswell of reaction, with politicians expressing their shock about the Iron Lady's passing away.
And Mr Cameron has called for MPs to return from their Easter break to pay their respects to her in a special Parliamentary session.
In a statement made outside Downing Street, Cameron said: "When today we admire Britain’s strongest companies, very often they are ones she helped transform from failing state monoliths to thriving private sector businesses.
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Elsewhere several hundred people have turned up to parties in Glasgow and Brixton, south London, to celebrate her passing and to remember the pain she brought to Latin America, Europe and around the world.
From a working class point of view she did nothing to help them and indeed made their lives worse by her doubling of VAT which resulted in putting hundreds of thousands out of work. RIP