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According to the Gadgey on BBC News, she died of a 'strike'.

Tad ironic, I thought.

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Former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher has died at 87 following a stroke, her spokesman has said.

Lord Bell said: "It is with great sadness that Mark and Carol Thatcher announced that their mother Baroness Thatcher died peacefully following a stroke this morning."

Baroness Thatcher was Conservative prime minister from 1979 to 1990.

She was the first woman to hold the post. Her family is expected to make a further statement later.

 

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk...litics-22067155

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The Mighty Thor

Absolutely fecked the country and we are and will be paying the price politically, financially and socially for decades to come. Time to get the bottle of Pol Roger to go with my beans on toast tonight.

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Private Womble

As much as i disliked the woman, i would never celebrate the death of anyone. Leave that to the hobo's and their sickening mercer songs.

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Whatever your political beliefs. Dying of a stroke is not funny. Hope this at least raises awareness of how to avoid or deal with it.

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scottish_chicP
Waiting patiently for the car crash on this thread..

 

I'm sure it won't be a long wait!

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Gene Parmesan

Social media is going to be a riot today. Nice cup of tea followed by no work for a while for me.

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As much as i disliked the woman, i would never celebrate the death of anyone. Leave that to the hobo's and their sickening mercer songs.

 

100% this.

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Geoff Kilpatrick

No sequel for Meryl Streep then...

 

Anyway, her legacy will remain and if she made Britain a 'nastier' place it certainly shows on this thread. :)

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rossthejambo

Celebrating the death of someone, whoever they may be, is a bit low.

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Pohang Jambo

Celebrating the death of someone, whoever they may be, is a bit low.

 

This.

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