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Thatcher death "party" in London draws small crowd

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Only about 200 people turned up for a "party" in central London on Saturday to celebrate the death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as a mass protest predicted by some failed to materialize. The British capital's mayor had warned of potential rioting as organizers promised thousands of opponents of Thatcher, who died aged 87 on Monday, would descend on London's Trafalgar Square to mark the passing of a leader who was loved and loathed in equal measure. Current British politicians and world leaders past and present have paid tributes to the former premier, Britain's longest serving prime minister in over a century, but she continues to divide Britons over policies which saw her crush trade unions and privatize swathes of industry. "We're here to show that not everybody in this country, or in Scotland, or in Wales, or Ireland is eulogizing about this particular woman who represented everything that was evi

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