I’m planning a big party, maybe including burning her in effigy.
Labour MP and former defence minister Peter Kilfoyle said the idea was wrong.
“I know that she has been a keen admirer in the present prime minister, but how could such an accolade be justified?” he asked.
“Despite her obvious inclinations, she was not head of state – head of government it is true, but without the historic triumphs and popular acclaim which led to Churchill’s unique distinction.
“He brought the country together in its time of need; she split the country asunder.”