The death of former prime minister Baroness Thatcher at the age of 87 dominates all of the UK newspaper front pages today.
The Times (£) carries the famous Thatcher quote:
The Sun newspaper says that Baroness Thatcher was a 'Unique PM of great courage'
It also pays tribute to her for sticking to her principles saying Britain emerged "far stronger" for the policies she steered through.
Right-leaning newspaper the Daily Mail hails Margaret Thatcher as 'The Woman who saved Britain'.
Twenty-five pages are dedicated to news of her death. It also features a 12-page souvenir pull-out.
Some of the front pages reflect the divisive nature of Margaret Thatcher's premiership.
The Daily Telegraph, with a portrait of the former prime minister dominating its front page, says: "If Britain is still Great, it is because of this greatest of Britons."
Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror,is incredulous about plans for a ceremonial funeral, saying her politics left "bruised and bloodied casualties".
Its editorial says: "Margaret Thatcher broke Britain and replaced what had come before with something crueller, nastier", calling her premiership "disastrous".
Traditionally left-leaning newspaper, The Guardian, features a quote from former columnist Hugo Young, who just days before his death in 2003, wrote an epitaph for Lady Thatcher: "She became harder than hard".
The Independent says "For better or worse, she remade our nation".
Northern newspapers also feature Baroness Thatcher's death on their front pages.