The funeral of Margaret Thatcher, the first female UK prime minister, will be held today at St Paul's Cathedral.
In a service similar in status to that of Princess Diana and the Queen Mother, Baroness Thatcher will receive a ceremonial funeral with military honours.
Lady Thatcher's coffin was yesterday moved to the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in the Palace of Westminster.
Today the coffin will travel by hearse from the Palace of Westminster at 10am to the Church of St Clement Danes - the Central Church of the Royal Air Force - on the Strand.
The coffin will then be transferred to a gun carriage drawn by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery and taken in procession from St Clement Danes to St Paul's Cathedral just after 10.30am.
More than 4,000 officers will be deployed and the chimes of Big Ben will be silenced for the duration of the ceremony.
We'll bring you live coverage of the funeral, as well as tributes and criticism from around the world