Ex-Miners Mark Funeral Of Former Prime Minister With 'Thatcher Is Gone' Party : News Photo

Ex-Miners Mark Funeral Of Former Prime Minister With 'Thatcher Is Gone' Party

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LOGAN, SCOTLAND - APRIL 17: Papier mache legs, meant to represent Magaret Thatcher squashed under the stage as per the Wicked Witch squashed under house in Wizard of Oz, protrude from the front of a stage inside the Glenmuir Arms pub, owned by ex-miner and now landlord Jim McMahon, during a 'Thatcher Is Gone' party, held to celebrate the death and funeral of former British Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher, on April 17, 2013 in Logan, Ayrshire, Scotland. Dignitaries from around the world today join Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh as the United Kingdom pays tribute to former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher during a Ceremonial funeral with military honours at St Paul's Cathedral. Lady Thatcher, who died last week, was the first British female Prime Minister and served from 1979 to 1990. (Photo by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/Getty Images)
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LOGAN, SCOTLAND - APRIL 17: Papier mache legs, meant to represent Magaret Thatcher squashed under the stage as per the Wicked Witch squashed under house in Wizard of Oz, protrude from the front of a stage inside the Glenmuir Arms pub, owned by ex-miner and now landlord Jim McMahon, during a 'Thatcher Is Gone' party, held to celebrate the death and funeral of former British Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher, on April 17, 2013 in Logan, Ayrshire, Scotland. Dignitaries from around the world today join Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh as the United Kingdom pays tribute to former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher during a Ceremonial funeral with military honours at St Paul's Cathedral. Lady Thatcher, who died last week, was the first British female Prime Minister and served from 1979 to 1990. (Photo by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert/Getty Images)
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