Margaret Thatcher, who was Britain's Prime Minister for more than a decade, has died after suffering a stroke this morning - she was 87.
Reaction to her death has reflected the division of opinion in Britain that her uncompromising style of politics helped to create.
David Cameron said "she didn't just lead our country, she saved our country" but some of her political opponents believe she will be remembered for ''destructive and divisive policies''.
ITV News' Bill Neely looks back at the legacy of the Iron Lady.
The song from the Wizard of Oz has been climbing the download charts after a campaign on social media following Lady Thatcher's death
Margaret Thatcher's hardline approach probably intensified the Northern Irish troubles in the early 1980s but later helped to end them.
Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister for 11 years, as decisive with her policies as she was divisive with her people.