Some of the most famous comments from Britain's first ever female prime minister.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has visited Carlisle. He was in the city ahead of next week's elections for local police commissioners.
The Prime Minister and the Labour leader have clashed in the House of Commons over the West Coast Main Line.
The Scottish Parliament will debate the legacy of Baroness Thatcher on the day of her funeral.
The Green-Independent group have set aside allotted time in parliament on Wednesday to debate and are calling for all MSPs to participate.
The proposed title is 'There is still such a thing as society'.
– Green leader Patrick Harvie
"Margaret Thatcher has died, but the tragedy for huge numbers of people is that Thatcherism as an ideology still lives. We aim to encourage honest consideration of the legacy of Thatcherism, the core elements of which - competition and selfishness - continue to affect our society and our economy.
"There are those on both sides of the independence divide who oppose the values of Thatcherism; they will need to find ways to work together after the referendum, whatever the result."
– Borders Conservative MSP John Lamont
"We will be contesting the timing of this motion which seems to have been designed to cause the most upset and controversy.
"The Scottish Conservatives will have no problem partaking in this debate when it arrives. But we believe the Greens should reconsider whether their own narrow-minded agenda is more important than the funeral of one of the UK's finest-ever leaders."
Members of Parliament travelling back to the UK from overseas to pay tribute to Baroness Thatcher can claim up to £3,750 in travel expenses, it was confirmed today.
MPs are able to claim for their journeys back following the recall of Parliament during the Easter recess, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) says.
The funeral of Baroness Thatcher, which is being planned by a special Cabinet Office committee under the name ‘Operation True Blue’, will reportedly cost around £10 million.
Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude yesterday said MoD, the police, Number 10, Parliamentary authorities, the Thatcher family and the Conservative Party were in involved in planning the ceremony.
It will be the biggest security operation since the Olympics, according to The Sun, as fears mount that protestors could attempt to disrupt proceedings.
The Guardian says the threat of Irish republic terrorists are under the spotlight.
The Independent reports that social media and internet forums are being monitored for potential troublemakers.
The man who provided police protection to Lady Thatcher, Bob Milton, said the biggest risk to the former Prime Minister's funeral is the "lone individual".
He said opportunists could use the day to "mark their hatred" for the former Conservative leader.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson has paid tribute to Baroness Thatcher:
With the passing of Baroness Margaret Thatcher, the world has lost one of the great champions of freedom and liberty, and America has lost a true friend.
As a grocer’s daughter who rose to become Britain’s first female prime minister, she stands as an example to our daughters that there is no glass ceiling that can’t be shattered.
As prime minister, she helped restore the confidence and pride that has always been the hallmark of Britain at its best.
And as an unapologetic supporter of our transatlantic alliance, she knew that with strength and resolve we could win the Cold War and extend freedom’s promise.
– President Barack Obama
Here in America, many of us will never forget her standing shoulder to shoulder with President Reagan, reminding the world that we are not simply carried along by the currents of history—we can shape them with moral conviction, unyielding courage and iron will.
Michelle and I send our thoughts to the Thatcher family and all the British people as we carry on the work to which she dedicated her life—free peoples standing together, determined to write our own destiny.
People from Cumrbia and southern Scotland have been sharing their thoughts on former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died this morning following a stroke.
– Jonathon Davies, Penrith, Cumbria
"I am a child of the Thatcher years and proud of it.
"Yes there was conflict with the unions over change as the nation moved from manufacturing based industry to a service based economy but if Mrs Thatcher had not been in office there is a chance that the USSR and USA may never have got around the table, the Berlin wall may have never fallen and at some point over the last 30 years the world could have been thrown into nuclear war.
"This nation and the world has a debt of respect to pay the Iron Lady RIP Mrs T."
– Michael Grieve, Hawick, Scottish Borders
"Nothing has changed politically in the world today. The only thing that has changed is that a family have lost their mother and their grandmother."
– Stuart Clement, Dumfries and Galloway
"Like any Prime Minister, she had her successes and failures. That's human nature.
"No one should take joy at the death of a person who was elected many times by the people of Great Britain."
– Willie Rennie, Leader, Scottish Liberal Democrats
"Like many of my contemporaries I am in politics because of Margaret Thatcher.
"Although I did not share her political outlook, as our first female Prime Minister she changed the face of our political system forever.
"While in many respects she was divisive, Margaret Thatcher was undoubtedly the leading political figure of her generation.
"Her impact on British politics and our country was substantial and enduring."