She was loved and loathed in equal measure during her life and now it seems that former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is continuing to divide opinion in death.
A group of Tory MPs say they're serious about wanting to rename the late August Bank Holiday "Margaret Thatcher Day". Her admirers say it would be a fitting tribute to the Iron Lady who grew up as a grocer's daughter in Grantham. But today the proposal got a lukewarm reception.
Downing Street has confirmed that Baroness Margaret Thatcher will be given a Ceremonial funeral:
Downing Street can announce that, with The Queen's consent, Lady Thatcher will receive a Ceremonial funeral with military honours. The service will be held at St Paul's Cathedral. A wide and diverse range of people and groups with connections to Lady Thatcher will be invited.
The service will be followed by a private cremation. All the arrangements being put in place are in line with wishes of Lady Thatcher's family. Further details will be published over the coming days.
Catch up with what the region's MPs asked David Cameron at PMQs.
Including Philip Davies (Shipley), on the Budget, Diana Johnson (Hull North), on performance-related pay, Gloria de Piero (Ashfield), on taxes and Hugh Bayley (York Central), on the Spare Room Subsidy/Bedroom Tax.