A second book of condolence has opened in Grantham, Lincolnshire, following the death of Margaret Thatcher who grew up in the town.
Last night the Museum opened a separate book of condolence for locals to pay their respects to the former Prime Minister, who died yesterday from a stroke.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage will sign a book of condolence in Grantham, the Lincolnshire town where Baroness Thatcher was born and raised.
Will be in Grantham later to sign Margaret Thatcher's book of condolence.
Baroness Thatcher's divisive politics and her enduring legacy have dominated the media since her death on Monday, with reaction in Britain's newspapers reflecting the political spectrum.
The Sun newspaper says that Baroness Thatcher was a 'Unique PM of great courage'
It also pays tribute to her for sticking to her principles saying Britain emerged "far stronger" for the policies she steered through.
US President Ronald Reagan's widow Nancy has said that Baroness Thatcher had a "soft, sentimental die to her".
Speaking to CNN, she also described the former British prime minister as "strong" and "wonderful".
The body of former prime minister Baroness Thatcher has been removed from the Ritz hotel in London to an undisclosed location.
Lady Thatcher died yesterday aged 87, after suffering a stroke.
Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell has deleted a tweet paying tribute to Baroness Thatcher after she received criticism on Twitter.
Earlier she had tweeted:
After removing the message, she tweeted: "I'm sorry if I offended u.X".
The body of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher has been removed from the Ritz in central London.
Baroness Thatcher died "peacefully" at the hotel yesterday aged 87, after suffering a stroke.
Right-leaning newspaper the Daily Mail hails Margaret Thatcher as 'The Woman who saved Britain'.
Traditionally left-leaning newspapers The Guardian and The Independent have a different take on her death.