David Cameron has branded the public glee and street parties that greeted the death of Margaret Thatcher as "pretty distasteful".
The Prime Minister said he believed the overwhelming majority of British people had mourned "the loss of someone who gave a huge amount to this country, that was an extraordinary leader".
He added: "Of course, some people won't agree with that but I think that some of the scenes we have seen are frankly pretty distasteful, but people should be responsible for themselves."
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