Whats bugged me so far is folk jumping on the 'thank god for that' bandwagon who are barely even old enough to know who she was, never mind much about how the country was run under her power.
I'm 31 and to be honest, memories of time under Thatcher are blurry even to me..... yet my facebook is currently littered with 20-somethings jumping on the bandwagon.
that's a shame..... rest in peace..... I'll be in the minority, but hey that's how I like it.
Dragged this country kicking and screaming into economic boom.....
She is however being buried with full military honours as instructed by her Majesty.......... a fitting tribute.
Being from Yorkshire and seeing Thatcher destroy thousands of life's throughout the Mining community in the early 80's, including family and friends, I can honestly say that I, along with thousands upon thousands of working class people, will not be shedding a tear.
Now that's another discussion entirely. If he was running the country at the time I'd sway that way.
mmmm... in you're opinion. Try and be a proud patriotic British subject and rejoice in her achievements. There's a good lad
Derek Hatton on ITV news just quoted 'wish she'd never been born'........ what a complete moron. Small town girl, from hard working family, brought up through the 2nd world war. Comment's from Hatton are so typical of the guy and the people he represented........ Scouser through and through......
More balls than the england rugby team.Took no sshhiitt from anyone, and made Britain stand tall again.Called a spade a spade.Not one politician since has come anywhere near her.
She wasn't everyones cup of tea, but a true leader who always spoke her mind - shame the spinless leaders we have now are soooooooooooo weak
RIP - The Iron Lady
There was a street party in Leeds City Centre today celebrating the news...
Leeds Street Party Following Margaret Thatcher's Death - YouTube
Cake and everything!