Admirers of Margaret Thatcher were in central London today for a range of reasons.
"She was a brilliant woman, a wonderful prime minister," said Gwenda Wilkie.
"She dedicated her whole life to serving her country," said Jacosia Wainwright.
Twenty-one-year-old Lizzie Shepherd, wearing a Conservative Party rosette, told ITV News that Baroness Thatcher was "an idol, a role model, and the reason I'm involved in politics today."
She said she admired Baroness Thatcher's "strength, and the fact that she's completely and utterly fearless."
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