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Baroness Thatcher goes back home


Margaret Thatcher waves at photographers from the doorstep of her London home

Ex-prime minister Baroness Thatcher, 83, has returned home after two weeks in London's Chelsea and Westminster Hospital after breaking her left arm.

Lady Thatcher, who had a pin inserted in her arm to help her recovery, waved with her right arm to reporters and well wishers as she arrived back home.

She was dressed in a pink cardigan, pink top and cream coloured skirt with her left arm in a sling.

She was said by her spokesman to be "in good spirits and recovering well".

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