Britain bids a conservative farewell to a revolutionary leader
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's grand 'non-state' state funeral is a brief return to the imperial Britain she helped to bury.
LONDON – The funeral procession of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, which made its way Wednesday morning through the streets of Westminster in central London to St Paul's Cathedral, where the funeral service took place, was described as "a non-state official funeral." For all purposes, however, this was an event that was paid for and organized by the state to the tune of...
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