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Conservative Member of Parliament Margaret Thatcher, in her Chelsea home kitchen Feb, 1, 1975.
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Britain's Conservative Party leader, Margaret Thatcher, takes a stroll through the grounds of Scotney Castle in Kent, England, where she is a tenant of a National Trust flat, with her husband, Denis, and their twins, Mark and Carol, in March 1979.
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Wearing the Regimental beret presented to her earlier by the Commanding Officer Col. Kit Faith, Britain Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher inspects troops of the 39 Field Regiment Royal Artillery at St. Angelo Airport outside Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, on March 6, 1981.
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A Spitting Image puppet of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher at Christie's auction house in London. Spitting Image was a satirical puppet show televised in Britain in the 1980s and 1990s.
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Queen Elizabeth of Britain is greeted by Margaret Thatcher, right, at the former British Prime Minister Thatcher's 80th birthday party in Central London on Oct. 13, 2005. Thatchers former spokesman,
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Floral tributes and memorabilia outside the house of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died from a stroke at the age of 87, in London on Monday
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II talks with British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, left, Aug. 1, 1979, at a reception for the 39 heads of delegations attending the Commonwealth Conference in Lusaka, Zambia.
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The Spice Girls, from left Victoria Beckham, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Melanie Brown as they pose for the photographers on the grounds of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London. Geri "Ginger Spice" Halliwell paid tribute to "our 1st Lady of girl power, Margaret Thatcher."
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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a member of the Order of the Garter, leaves St. George's Chapel in Windsor, near London, after attending the annual Garter Service on June 19, 2006, where the younger sons of Queen Elizabeth, the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex, were formally admitted to the order.
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Margaret Thatcher, with husband Denis, attends the funeral of Airey Neave, the Conservative Party leader's friend and political adviser, at St. Mary's Church on April 6, 1979, in Longworth after Neave, Opposition spokesman on Northern Ireland, died when a terrorist bomb blasted his car in the Commons.
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Members of the media gather outside the Ritz hotel where it is reported that former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had died in London on Monday.
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Floral tributes and memorabilia are seen outside the house of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who died from a stroke at the age of 87 on Monday in London.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, second left, stands with West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, left, former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, second right, and Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at London's Buckingham Palace on June 10, 1984, prior to a dinner for summit leaders.
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Margaret Thatcher, right, leader of Great Britain's Conservative party, is given a look at the Capitol from a balcony of the State Department during a breakfast meeting in Washington, by U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Sept. 18, 1975. In background is the Washington Monument.
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A British union flag flies at half-staff atop Portcullis House, backdropped by Big Ben's clock tower in London on Monday in honor of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who died Monday following a stroke at age 87. Flags were flown at half-staff at Buckingham Palace, Parliament and Downing Street in honour to the 87-year old Iron Lady, and Queen Elizabeth II authorized Thatcher to have a ceremonial funeral to be held at St. Paul's Cathedral in London with military honors.
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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, known to friends and foes as "the Iron Lady," passed away Monday morning. She was 87.