The sheer venom of those who hated the late Margaret Thatcher is only matched by the unqualified praise given to her political career and achievements. Did she destroy the trade unions or merely the power of union leaders who abused democratic principles and paralysed industry? Good stories told to her credit and nasty slogans over simplifying her destructive impact on industry, jostle for prominence in anticipation of her funeral on Wednesday. History will judge her. One good joke meanwhile can hardly be be described as inoffensive. "Iron Lady, Rust in Peace".
Mother to child sucking at a piece of confectionery as they negotiate a corner of the road. "Leave it now. We're having pesto and pasta for supper, and if you don't eat it, there'll be hell to pay."