Hundreds attend Thatcher memorial on Falkland Islands

Falkland Islanders watched Margaret Thatcher's funeral today on a four-hour delay.

On the islands she liberated in 1982, Thatcher has near-unanimous adoration.

A church in the tiny town of Stanley was attended by hundreds for a special memorial service held in honour of their heroin.

Margaret Thatcher's portrait is seen at a service in Stanley. Credit: ITV News
A church in Stanley hosted its own Margaret Thatcher memorial service. Credit: ITV News
Decorated military men attend the service. Credit: ITV News

Watch ITV News at 10pm for Martin Geissler's special report from the service.

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Mourners bid Thatcher farewell

Final respects have been paid to Baroness Thatcher as the former prime minister was carried with full military honours to St Paul's Cathedral for her funeral.