David Cameron has paid tribute to Baroness Thatcher as he opened proceedings on a special debate in the House of Commons.
The prime minister said: “In the long history of this Parliament, Margaret Thatcher was our first and so far our only woman prime minister…
“She defined and she overcame the great challenges of her age, and it is right that Parliament has been recalled to mark our respect.”
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