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:
– Margaret Thatcher on being elected prime minister in 1979
Where there is discord, may we bring harmony. Where there is error, may we bring truth.
Where there is doubt may we bring faith. And where there is despair, may we bring hope.
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.