1. ITV Report

The two sides of Margaret Thatcher's legacy

Margaret Thatcher waving from the doorstep of Number10 Downing Street in Whitehall, London, on the day of the General Election in 1979. Photo: PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

When she was alive Baroness Thatcher was both loved and loathed - and in death, it seems, both the debate and the divide will endure.

ITV News correspondent Geraint Vincent went to Barnsley in Yorkshire, to speak to some of the women involved in the miners' strike.

Meanwhile, Juliet Bremner visited Basildon - the Essex town that came to symbolise the "Thatcher revolution."

More on this story