Lady Thatcher's death - the newspaper front pages

As the UK comes to terms the death of one of its most divisive and influential political figures, Lady Thatcher, the newspapers have the task of reporting on her demise, without alienating their readership, which will widely vary in their opinion of ‘the Iron Lady’.

Here is a look at some of this morning’s national front pages that follow Lady Thatcher’s death.

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