Veteran British television interviewer David Frost, whose interview with former U.S. President Richard Nixon was made into a Hollywood movie, died at the age of 74, the BBC reported today, citing a family statement.
More than 2,000 mourners filled St. Paul’s Cathedral and church bells tolled as crowds and troops lined London’s streets for the final journey of Margaret Thatcher, with Britons still divided over the legacy of their only female prime minister.
Monsters fly into the auditorium, the yellow-brick road tilts and turns over multiple hydraulic revolves and a tornado spins Dorothy’s shack about like a leaf in a gale. If ever there was a show that screams “money,” it’s “The Wizard of Oz.”
More than 2,000 invitations will be sent out for former U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s funeral with full military honors next week, an event that will see roads closed and Parliament suspended to mourn her.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne should abandon his pledge to protect spending on the U.K. health service and development aid in his emergency budget next week, the British Chambers of Commerce said.