Baroness Thatcher's funeral cost the taxpayer an estimated £3.6 million, including £2 million "opportunity costs" for police who would have been on other duties on the day, Downing Street said today.
Baroness Thatcher was also remembered today in her home town of Grantham. The funeral was screened live at the town's museum.
It was also followed with interest at her old primary school - and we were with one of her old school friends as she watched the send off for the grocer's daughter. Chris Kiddey reports.
While hundreds protested in South Yorkshire by burning Margaret Thatcher's effigy, many others travelled down to London from the region to pay their respects at her funeral. Michael Billington has been following the days events in the capital.
We have been speaking to pupils from Margaret Thatcher's primary school in Grantham, Huntingtower Primary School, on the day her funeral is held.
Conservative policing minister Nick Herbert said that Baroness Thatcher's funeral "made all the criticism seem misplaced" and that it was "moving to hear the cheers outside."
It was a fine and fitting service that made all the criticism seem misplaced. Moving to hear the cheers outside. A privilege to be there.
One of the protesters who booed the coffin of Baroness Thatcher earlier today told ITV News he was protesting to express his dismay at her policies during her time at government. He said:
"I have no regard for that women. She put people out of work, she closed productive mines, and she put brother against brother."
Susan Chapman and her son Daniel from Yorkshire travelled down to London and camped out overnight to watch Margaret Thatcher's funeral.
On the streets of Richmond, there was also support for the former Prime Minister: