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Letter to The Guardian on Funerals & Official Papers

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19
Apr
Emailed in late Wednesday evening:

Dear Sir
 
Lady Thatcher had been unwell for a couple of years and obviously plans for her funeral were discussed and agreed some time ago. It was a pity there was no public debate about these decisions. It shamed us as a nation. 
 
Parliament not No.10 needs to decide the future protocol for the funerals of former prime ministers.
 
Parliament could also move to work with the British Library to create a place like a Dorneywood or a Chevening where ex Prime Ministers legally have to deposit their papers, gifts and paraphernalia on leaving office.  
 
Yours etc 
 
Derek Wyatt


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