Broadcaster and columnist Janet Street Porter has said Margaret Thatcher was a traitor to women and claimed that she was also a 'terrible mother'.
Speaking to ITV News business editor, Laura Kuenssberg, the journalist said Baroness Thatcher only ever gave one woman a job while she was in a position of power.
She said the 'invincible' aura that followed the former Tory Prime Minster was 'a lie' because Mrs Thatcher had support network that she could turn to.
Wizard of Oz song 'Ding-Dong the Witch is Dead' has topped the Amazon download charts after a campaign to get people to download it after the death of Margaret Thatcher.
There is a second version by Ella Fitzgerald at the number four spot. On a chart which tracks which singles have seen the biggest sales increase different versions of the song occupy the top four spots.
The track has also been climbing the Apple iTunes chart and is currently at number 7 in the UK.
Andrew Jordan, president of the Socialist Labour party said Baroness Thatcher's legacy is the destructive impact her economic policies have had on the economy, particularly across the north of England.
He said the "semi-state" funeral she is going to receive is "disrespectful to many of the people across the different communities that suffered as a result of the Thatcherite policies."
The leader of the Socialist Labour party is Arthur Scargill.
George Galloway said he will not be taking part in Parliamentary tributes to Baroness Thatcher on Wednesday.
The Respect MP sparked anger by tweeting controversial comments about the former Prime Minister.
Asked if he would be attending, he said:
I understand it is not a debate, so no. If it were a debate about the legacy of Margaret Thatcher I would be first in the queue for prayers. It is a state-organised eulogy.
NUM Yorkshire area chairman Chris Skidmore says there should be no ceremonial funeral for Baroness Thatcher.
He says Thatcher will never be forgiven by mining communities for the policies which led tothousands of job losses and wrecked lives. "Where there was hope she brought despair", he said.
Crowds gathered in west Belfast last night in a seemingly spontaneous celebration protest to mark the death of Baroness Thatcher.
This amateur footage, posted on YouTube, shows cars beeping their horns and several people waving Irish flags and cheering on the street. The location has not been verified independently.
Anne Scargill, the former wife of Arthur Scargill who led the miners during strike action, told Daybreak she was "happy" to hear about Margaret Thatcher's death, calling her an "evil" woman.
She said: "[Thatcher] was intent on smashing the trade unions, and in it she smashed the country.
"She called us the enemy within, there were only one enemy within and that were her."
Audience members watching a production of Billy Elliot were asked to decide on whether a song anticipating Margaret Thatcher's death should be performed hours after she died.
The musical, which is set during the miners' strike, features the song Merry Christmas Maggie Thatcher, with lyrics that refer to celebrating the death of the former prime minister.
Following the announcement of her death, the show's organisers tweeted to say the show would go ahead, no decision was made on the song until just before the performance began at 7.30pm.
The show is proceeding as scheduled tonight.
A near unanimous verdict saw only three people vote against the performance of the song.
More than 30 years ago Margaret Thatcher stepped into 10 Downing Street as the Prime Minister for the first time - the only woman to do so.
Today the long chapter marked 'Thatcher' in the political history of Britain closed with her death at the age of 87.
Her place in that history was recognised by the warmth of some tributes and also by the vitriol of others.
ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby reports on the life of a conviction politician who changed the way Britain worked.