LONDON — Margaret Thatcher, a towering, divisive and yet revered figure in British politics, who left an enduring and contentious impact on British life and society, died on Monday of a stroke, her family said. Politicians feted her influence on her country’s destiny as among the greatest since Winston Churchill and the authorities said she would be buried with military honors.
Full name: Margaret Hilda Roberts
Nicknames: Thatcher, the Milk Snatcher, Maggie, Attilla the Hen, Iron Lady
Awards: Presidential Medal of Freedom