Thousands of people lined the streets of London today to pay their final respects to Britain's longest serving but most divisive Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher.
Among the crowd, our political correspondent Bob Constantine met several people who had travelled up from the West Country:
There was a sense of indifference to Baroness Thatcher's funeral in Weston-super-Mare.
The service was broadcast on screens across the town centre, but there were few there to watch.
Some felt the cost of the ceremony was unnecessary:
The turnout to watch Baroness Thatcher's funeral in Bristol was small.
Only a handful of people who were passing through Millennium Square stopped to watch the ceremony on the big screen.
Those there said it was important to witness such an historical event:
Around 10 people turned out to watch Margaret Thatcher's funeral on the big screen at Millennium Square in Bristol.
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Watch mobile phone footage of last night's disturbances in the Easton area of Bristol here:
200 people had gathered in Chelsea Road to celebrate the death of Baroness Thatcher.
Bottles and cans were thrown at officers, six of whom suffered injuries. One remains in hospital.
A police vehicle was damaged and one person was arrested for violent disorder.
Six police officers were injured during disturbances in Bristol to mark the death of Baroness Thatcher.
Police were called to Chelsea Road in Easton at 12.30am after reports of a street party with up to 200 people in attendance.
Six officers were injured - one seriously - after they were pelted with bottles and cans. A police vehicle was also damaged.
One person was arrested.