Stephen McPartland, MP for Stevenage, said: "Margaret Thatcher will always be remembered as the first female Prime Minister and the Iron Lady that stood up to the Argentinians over the Falklands."
Commenting on news that Baroness Thatcher has died aged 87, North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb said:
Commenting on the news that Baroness Thatcher has died of a stroke, Stephen Metcalfe, Conservative Member of Parliament for South Basildon and East Thurrock said:
Former Conservative prime minister and Huntingdon MP Sir John Major, described Baroness Thatcher as a "true force of nature" and a "political phenomenon".
Andrew Selous, Tory MP for South West Bedfordshire, wrote: "Very sorry to learn of Lady Thatcher's death."
Margaret Thatcher's 1982 private papers which are kept in Cambridge have been made public for the first time.
They reveal the fiery debates that took place over how the British Government were to respond when Argentina invaded the Falklands.
Until now the backroom deliberations have remained largely private, but now the Marget Thatcher Archive Trust is making them available to the public. They can be viewed online, or at The Churchill Archives Centre at Cambridge University.
The centre holds more than 1 million documents on Baroness Thatcher, including photographs, press cuttings, and audio and video tapes. Lady Thatcher is the first British Prime Minister whose private and official papers have been released in this way.