UK's Cameron cuts short Europe trip after Thatcher's death

April 8, 2013 15:37

LONDON - Britain's Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron cut short a trip to several European countries on Monday after the announcement that former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher had died, a spokesman for his Number 10 Downing Street office said.

Thatcher led the Conservative Party to three electoral victories and ruled Britain from 1979 to 1990.

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