Margaret Thatcher: no change in condition
Baroness Thatcher stayed in hospital today as she recovered from minor surgery and is expected to remain there over Christmas.
She had an operation three days ago to remove a growth from her bladder.
Following the operation, she was said to be "in good spirits", and a spokeswoman this afternoon said there had been no change in her condition.
Margaret Thatcher 'fine' after bladder operation
Former prime minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher was admitted to hospital yesterday and is expected to be kept in overnight tonight after having a growth removed from her bladder.
The 87-year-old is said to be doing "absolutely fine", according to her spokeswoman.
PM wishes Baroness Thatcher 'a speedy recovery'
Downing Street has said David Cameron wishes Baroness Thatcher "a speedy recovery".
Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is in hospital recovering from an operation to remove a bladder growth.