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[英伦广角] 2013-04-13 英国议员中断假期参与“下院辩论”纪念前首相撒切尔

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Margaret Thatcher: MPs Recalled After Death


Politicians from all parties will remember the former prime minister, but some MPs say them will avoid the Commons debate.

 

 

在英国前首相撒切尔夫人逝世两天之后,英国议会通过一场特别的“辩论”送别这位政坛巨人。议员将缩短春假返回议会,在工党领袖米利班德发表演讲之后,英国首相卡梅伦将主持下院辩论,副首相克莱格也将在辩论中发言。

 

撒切尔夫人于4月8日逝世,终年87岁。葬礼将于4月17日在伦敦圣保罗大教堂举行,葬礼将以最高军事荣誉礼仪举行,比国葬低一个等级,不过英国女王与菲利普亲王将参加。

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St. Paul’s Cathedral is reserved for funerals of the great and good, generally people who unite Britain. But Britain is polarized over plans to hold a service here next weel for Margaret Thatcher. She asked not to have a state funeral, but the ceremonial event with full military honours, is one step alone.

Despite her wishes, some are pititioning for her to have the full honours as were given here to Winston Churchill. This requires a motion vote in Parliament and the coffin is laid in state before the procession.

Procedings for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral will begin here at the Palace of Westminster. The night before, her coffin will rest at the ornate Chapel of St. Mary and the Croft, one level below the basin chamber that she knew so well.

The actual rate of level of income tax has been adjourned.

On the day of the funeral with flags at half-mast, the coffin will leave here, for the Aria’s Church of St. Clement Danes. Here it will be transferred to a gun carriage drawn by King’s Troop Raw Artillery to be taken to St. Paul’s Cathedral.

The procession will pass just metres from this tucked-away church of temple, where Clement Atley the former Labour prime ministre, and founder of the DNA Chest, had his service. And some say that Margaret Thatcher’s send-off should be no grander.

… whether it’s a moderate local church, or whether it’s a cathedral, that sort of the family, I think that they should have the option of the other prime ministres, should of the option. But I don’t the case is wrong for any politician now and in the future for such spares money on their funeral.

The cost, estimated at 8 million pound, is yet to be confirmed. And while it may evoke memories of Diana the Princess of Wales’ funeral, a route lined with military personnel and the public, is there the same affection for Margaret Thatcher. And there is the population happy to foot the bill.

And I think it’s ever-be acts for enter of a military funeral.
Yes, she is a part of Britain, a part of the history and it’s a big deal. It’ll be recognized to do so.
Whe didn’t want worship she had won.
No.
Why not?
Of course she struck a country. I’m really do. I don’t she did anythng for normal people.
Do you think she have a big send-off?
Of course.
Why?
Because she die importantly in history.

The televized service in St. Paul’s will be a Royal occasion attended by the Queen and other dignitaries.

It’ll be a big event, it’s eh, she was a great prime ministre. She was prime ministre for 11 years and it was totally transformational for the country. And I think there’s a huge amount of people who will want to, not just in Britain, but around the world, who will want to pay their respect to her.

But some have already ruled themselves out.

I wouldn’t go because it would be hypocritical. I supposed that everything she aim, I have been trying to think anything she did I agreed with but I think, I have spent, I mean not straight for I can’t come out with anything.

While it will have the feel of a state funeral, there’s an irony that cathedral in recent years has also become the symbol of anti-capital’s protest. Divisive in life, why would her funeral be any different?

Jason Farrel, Sky News.
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Saint Paul’s Cathedral is reserved for funerals of the great and good, generally people who unite Britain. But Britain is polarized over plans to hold the service here next week for Margret Thatcher. She asked not to have a state funeral, but the ceremonial event with full military honors is one step alone. Despite her wishes, some are petitioning for her to have the full honors as we’ve given here to Winston Churchill. This requires motion vote in Parliament and the coffin is laid in state before the procession.

Proceedings for Margret Thatcher’s funeral will begin here at the Palace of Westminster. The night before her coffin will rest at the ornate Chapel of Saint Mary on the croft, one level below the debating chamber that she knew so well.

The actual rate of level of income tax have been reduced.
No product tax, alright?

On the day of the funeral with the flags at half mast, the coffin will leave here for the RAF Church of St. Clement Danes. Here it will be transferred to a gun carriage drawn by the king’s troop royal artillery to be taken to Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

The procession will pass just meters from this tucked-away church of temple where Clement Attlee the former Labor Prime Minister and founder of the NHS had his service. And some say that Margret Thatcher’s sendoff should be no grander.

Well, I don’t mind whether it’s a modest local church or whether it’s a cathedral. That --- family. I think they should have option of other Prime Ministers should have the option. But I don’t think it’s wrong for any politician now and in the future for tax-payers to spend on that funeral.

The cost, estimated at 8 million pounds, is yet to be confirmed. And while it may evoke memories of Diana the Princess of Wales’s funeral a route lined with military personnel and the public. Is that the same affection for Margret Thatcher and is the population happy to foot the bill?

I think it’s, it will be acts ---- of a military funeral.
Yeah, she’s part of Britain, part of history. It’s a big deal. She’ll be recognized.
She didn’t want one. Why should she have one?
No.
Why not?
I thought she destroyed the country. I really do. I doubt she did anything for normal people.
Should she have a big sendoff?
Of course.
Why?
Because she is dying importantly in history.

The televised service in Saint Paul’s will be a royal occasion, attended by the Queen and other dignitaries.

It’ll be great event. She was a great Prime Minister. She was Prime Minister for eleven years. It was totally transformational for the country. And I think there is huge amount of people who will want to not just in Britain but in world who want to pay their respects to her.

But some have already ruled themselves out.

I wouldn’t go. Because it’s going to be hypocritical. I suppose everything I’ve been trying to think anything she did I agree with, but I spend the last--- I can’t come up with anything.

Why will it have the fail of a state funeral. There is an irony this Cathedral in recent years has also become the symbol of anti-capital’s protest. Divisive in life, why would her funeral be any different?

Jason Farrel, Sky News.
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Saint Paul's Cathedral is reserved for funerals of the great and good, generally people who unite Britain. But Britain is polarized over plans to hold a service here next week for Margret Thatcher. She asked not to have a state funeral, but the ceremonial event with full military honors is one step below. Despite her wishes, some are petitioning for her to have the full honors as we've given here to Winston Churchill. This requires motion vote in Parliament and the coffin is laid in state before the procession.

Proceedings for Margret Thatcher's funeral will begin here at the Palace of Westminster. The night before her coffin will rest at the ornate Chapel of Saint Mary on the croft, one level below the debating chamber that she knew so well.

The actual rate of level of income tax have been reduced.
No product tax, alright?

On the day of the funeral with the flags at half mast, the coffin will leave here for the RAF Church of St. Clement Danes. Here it will be transferred to a gun carriage drawn by the king's troop-royal artillery to be taken to Saint Paul's Cathedral.

The procession will pass just meters from this  church of temple where Clement Attlee the former Labor Prime Minister and founder of the NHS had his service. And some say that Margret Thatcher's sendoff should be no grander.

Well, I don't mind whether it's a modest local church or whether it's a cathedral that  the family. I think they should have the option and other Prime Ministers should have the option. But I do think it's wrong for any politician now and in the future for taxpayers more need to spend on that funeral.

The cost, estimated at 8 million pounds, is yet to be confirmed. And while it may evoke memories of Diana the Princess of Wales' funeral a route lined with military personnel and the public. Is that the same affection for Margret Thatcher and is the population happy to foot the bill?

I think it's over act for us to have a military funeral.
Yeah, she's part of Britain, part of history. It's a big deal. She'll be recognized.
She didn't want one. Why should she have one?

No.
Why not?
I thought she destroyed the country. I really do. I doubt she did anything for normal people.
Should she have a big sendoff?
Of course.
Why?
Because she is very important in history.

The televised service in Saint Paul's will be a royal occasion, attended by the Queen and other dignitaries.

It’ll be great event. She was a great Prime Minister. She was Prime Minister for 11 years. It was totally transformational for the country. And I think there is huge amount of people who will want to not just in Britain but around world who want to pay their respects to her.

But some have already ruled themselves out.

I wouldn't go. Because it's going to be hypocritical. I suppose everything I’ve been trying to think anything she did I agree with, but I ....I can’t come up with anything.

Why will it have the fail of a state funeral. There is an irony this Cathedral in recent years has also become the symbol of anti-capital’s protest. Divisive in life, why would her funeral be any different?

Sky News.
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St. Paul’s Cathedral is reserved for funerals of the great and good, generally people who unite Britain. But Britain is polarized with the plans to hold a service here next week for Margaret Thatcher. She asked not to have a state funeral, but the ceremony event with full military honors, is one step below.

Despite her wishes, some are petitioning for her to have the full honors as were given here to Winston Churchill. This requires a motion vote in Parliament and the coffin is laid in state before the procession.

Proceedings for Margaret Thatcher’s funeral will begin here at the Palace of Westminster. The night before, her coffin will rest at the ornate Chapel of St. Mary on the Croft, one level below the basin chamber that she knew so well.

“The actual rate of level of income tax had been reduced.”

“No product taxes, all right?”

On the day of the funeral with flags at half mast, the coffin will leave here for the Aria’s Church of St. Clement Danes. Here it will be transferred to a gun carriage drawn by the King’s troop, royal artillery to be taken to St. Paul’s Cathedral.

The procession will pass just meters from this tucked-away church of temple, where Clement Attlee, the former Labor Prime Minister and founder of the NHS had his service. And some say that Margaret Thatcher’s sendoff should be no grander.

“Well, I don’t mind whether it’s a modest local church or whether it’s a cathedral. That’s sort to the family. I think they should have the option as other Prime Ministers should have the option. But I do think it’s wrong for any politician, now and in the future for tax payers’ money to be spent on their funeral.”

The cost estimated at 8 million pounds is yet to be confirmed. And while it may evoke memories of Diana, the Princess of Wales’ funeral, a route lined with military personnel and the public. Is there the same affection for Margaret Thatcher? And is the population happy to foot the bill?

“I think it’s, it will be acts for out of a military funeral.”

“Yeah, she’s part of Britain, part of the history, and it’s a big deal. She’ll be recognized. I think so.”

“She didn’t want one. Why should she have one?”

“No.”

“Why not?”

“I thought she destroyed the country. I really do. I doubt she did anything for normal people.”

“Should she have a big sendoff?”

“Of course.”

“Why?”

“Because she is very important in history.”

The televised service in St. Paul’s will be a royal occasion attended by the Queen and other dignitaries.

“It’ll be a big event. It’s…she was a great Prime Minister. She was Prime Minister for 11 years and was totally transformational for the country. And I think there’s a huge amount of people who will want to, not just in Britain, but around the world who will want to pay their respect to her.”

But some have already ruled themselves out.

“I wouldn’t go, because it would be hypocritical. I supposed everything… I’ve been trying to think anything she did I agreed with, but I, I spent ....I can’t come up with anything.”

While it will have the feel of a state funeral, there’s an irony that this Cathedral in recent years has also become the symbol of anti-capital’s protest. Divisive in life, why would have funeral be any different?

Jason Farrel, Sky News.

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St. Paul's Cathedral has reserved for funerals of the great and good, generally people who unite Britain. But Britain is polarized over plans to hold a service here next for Margaret Thatcher. She asked not to have state funeral, but the ceremonial event with full military honours is one step below. Despite her wishes, some are petitioning for her to have the full honours as were given here to Winston Churchill. This reqires a motion vote in parliament and the coffin is laid in state before the procession.
--Preceding Margaret Thatcher's funeral would begin here at the Palace of Westminster. The night before, her coffin would rest at the ornate chapel of St. Marie under Crawford, one level below the basin chambre that she knew so well.
--The actual rate of level of income tax has been reduced, no product tax arise.
On the day of the funeral with the flags at half-mast, the coffin will leave here for the area of church St. Clament D&&&. Here it would be transfered to a gun carriage, drawn by the King's Troop Roral Artillery to be taken to St. Paul's Cathedral.
--The procession will pass just metres from this tucked away church of temple where Clement Atley, the former labour prime minister and founder of the NHS, had his service. And some say that Margaret Thatcher's send-off should be no grander.
--Well, I don't mind whether it is a modest local church, or a modest cathedral, that's sort of family. I think they should have the option and another prime ministers should have the option, but I do think it's wrong for any politician now or in the futrue for tax payer's money to be spent on their funeral.
The cost, estimated 8 million pounds, is yet to be confirmed. And while it may evoke memories of  Diana, the Princess of Wales' funeral, a route lined with military personnel and the public. Is that the same affection for Margaret Thatcher and is the population happy to foot the bill.
--I think it's &&&& for her to have a military funeral.
--Yes, she is a part of Britain, and part of history, and it's a big deal. She should be recognized.
--She didn't want one, why should she have one?
--No.
--Why not.
--I thought she destroyed the country. I really do. I don't think she did anything for normal people.
--Should she have a big send-off?
--Of course.
--Why?
--Because she is very important to history.
The televised services in Paul's will be a royal occasion, attended by the Queen and other dianitaries.
--It will be a big event. She is a great prime minister. She was prime minister for 11 years and was totally transformational for the country. And I think there is a huge amount of people who will want to, not just in Britain but around the world, who will want to pay their respects to her.
But some have already rolled themselves out.
--I wouldn't go, 'cause it will be hypocritical. I supposed everything she aimed at, and I have been trid to think anything she did I agreed with, but I ain't, just been honest, I can't come up with anything.
While it will have the feel of state funeral, there is irony that the cathedral in recently has also become the symbol of anti-capital protest. Divisive in life, why would her funeral be any different.
Jason Farrel, Sky News.



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