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For a second night crowds gathered in Belfast to celebrate Baroness Thatcher's death.
A crowd of around 100 people disrupted traffic on the Falls Road, waving flags and sounding horns.
Former Conservative Cabinet minister Dr Liam Fox has tweeted:
Tony Blair said the celebrations of Baroness Thatcher's death were in "poor taste".
Speaking to BBC Radio Ulster, he said: "Even if you disagree with someone very strongly, you can still particularly at the moment of their passing, you should show some respect."
Mr Blair was asked if he worried there would be similar celebrations when he dies.
He replied: "When you decide, you divide. I think she would be pretty philosophical about it and I hope I will be too."
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Watch mobile phone footage of last night's disturbances in the Easton area of Bristol here:
200 people had gathered in Chelsea Road to celebrate the death of Baroness Thatcher.
Bottles and cans were thrown at officers, six of whom suffered injuries. One remains in hospital.
A police vehicle was damaged and one person was arrested for violent disorder.
The former culture secretary Tessa Jowell, who is MP for the neighbouring constituency of Dulwich, has condemned the anti-Thatcher celebrations in Brixton and elsewhere in the UK as "disrepectful":
One police officer remains in hospital after being injured in disturbances linked to a party to celebrate the death of Margaret Thatcher in Bristol last night. Chief Inspector Mark Jackson at Avon and Somerset Police said:
Six police officers were injured during disturbances in Bristol to mark the death of Baroness Thatcher.
Police were called to Chelsea Road in Easton at 12.30am after reports of a street party with up to 200 people in attendance.
Six officers were injured - one seriously - after they were pelted with bottles and cans. A police vehicle was also damaged.
One person was arrested.
Extra police were sent to Brixton last night as a crowd of about 150 people celebrated Baroness Thatcher's death late into the evening.
Scotland Yard said the group caused "low level" disorder and threw a small number of objects at officers, but there were no arrests and no serious injuries.
This amateur footage was uploaded to YouTube.
The Ritzy Cinema said it had nothing to do with masked people who climbed the front of the building and changed the film listings tiles to read "Margaret Thatchers dead. Equality is the key".
The group dispersed at about 1.45am, police said.
This amateur footage of people celebrating Baroness Thatcher's death in Brixton has been uploaded to YouTube