Barack Obama holds up Thatcher as an example to his girls – yet what did she ever do for women?
Political strategists and fundraisers already pushing for Hillary before this 'glass ceiling' reminder
'The Iron Lady never cared much for the game, and the game never cared much for her'
'She kick started the entrepreneurial revolution that allowed chippy chappies to succeed'
Revellers in Glasgow and Brixton marked the former PM's passing with champagne, party hats and chants
Death of the former prime minister brings glowing tributes - but also memories of division and suffering
Britain's first and only female PM was a 'great PM and great Briton' says David Cameron
Chancellor adopts new image to defend welfare reforms, but is it just a cynical political ploy?
Paying 'bribe' of $100,000 to families in disputed territory would avoid war, PM's aides recommended
Tax cuts and health care limits for Bulgarians mooted within 24 hours of PM's vow to keep to centre path
Why did Ed Miliband allow Labour, which is backed by many patriots, to pick O'Farrell for Eastleigh?
'David Cameron will not be vilified for this defining moment,' says Arnold – 'he will be celebrated'
Coalition revises 'politically correct' citizenship handbook - and cuts Tony Blair's entry to one paragraph
The campaign that has cost the Army 439 lives in Afghanistan was never endorsed by MPs
Privatising the probation service is not about cutting the deficit – it's a purely ideological coalition move
A council tax revaluation could hit seven million homes just before the next election. Bad idea
Ken Clarke and Ed Miliband speak up for Europe as all signs point to the Tories taking a populist right turn