Lloyd Webber"s Ding Dong! royalties: Composer is earning money from Wizard of Oz song downloads that anti-Thatcher activists are trying to get to…

Lloyd Webber's Ding Dong! royalties: Composer is earning money from Wizard of Oz song downloads that anti-Thatcher activists are trying to get to No.1 The composer, who will attend Mrs Thatcher’s funeral this weekTrack is climbing the charts as protestors urge Thatcher critics to buy itIt has already topped the iTunes and Amazon download chartsOfficial Singles Chart will be released today By Simon Murphy PUBLISHED: 01:23 GMT, 14 April 2013 | UPDATED: 08:08 GMT, 14 April 2013 Andrew Lloyd Webber is gaining royalties from downloads of his Wizard Of Oz stage musical version of the song that activists want to reach No.1 Lord Lloyd-Webber, the prominent Conservative and admirer of Baroness Thatcher, is inadvertently profiting from a campaign to get Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead to the top of the charts.

Dominic Francis: Mastermind behind plans to disrupt Thatcher funeral is Oxford student whose parents live in 700,000 house in Tunbridge Wells

Mastermind behind plans to disrupt Thatcher funeral is Oxford student whose parents live in 700,000 house in Tunbridge Wells 25-year-old Dominic Francis studies at Oxford's Rushkin CollegeFanatics plan to 'celebrate' Iron Lady's death in Central London todayIf people do break the law they will be properly dealt with,' Mayor said By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 13:08 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:31 GMT, 13 April 2013 Dominic Francis has organised a demonstration on the Baroness Thatcher funeral route Protesters plan to disrupt Baroness Thatcher’s funeral by turning their backs on the funeral cortege as it passes. Thousands of people are supporting the plot as the eyes of millions of people turn on St Paul’s Cathedral next Wednesday. The architect of the protest is Dominic Francis, 25, whose parents live in a 700,000 home in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Margaret Thatcher dead: Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten says hate mobs are "loathsome" & calls for respect

Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten attacks hate mobs celebrating Baroness Thatcher's death as 'loathsome' and calls for respectJohn Lydon says he will not be former prime minister's 'enemy in death'Says show the dead respect and finds her death parties 'loathsome' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 22:58 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 08:51 GMT, 11 April 2013 Lydon said that he is not an enemy of Baroness Thatcher now that she is dead Former Sex Pistol John Lydon says those now celebrating Margaret Thatcher's death are 'loathsome'. John, famously known as Johnny Rotten when he was the singer in Punk icons The Sex Pistols back in the 1970s as Maggie was rising to power, added: 'I'm not going to dance on her grave.' He also said: 'I was her enemy in her life but I will not be her enemy in her death.' He also denied being a mysogynist and a Nazi following a controversial appearance this week on Aussie TV show, The Project

Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead: BBC dilemma over playing song after Margaret Thatcher dies

BBC dilemma over playing Ding Dong The Witch is Dead on radio as Thatcher protest campaign sends single surging up the charts Judy Garland's 1939 version is now at number 10Expected to climb higher as a result of a Facebook campaign set up Comes after violent 'death parties' celebrate Baroness Thatcher's passing By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:10 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 08:58 GMT, 11 April 2013 The BBC is facing a difficult decision about whether it should play a Wizard Of Oz track which has had a surge of popularity in the wake of Baroness Thatcher's death.

Readers" fury at "biased" BBC site: Corporation accused after negative articles appear about Baroness Thatcher

Readers' fury at 'biased' BBC website: Corporation accused after negative articles appear about Baroness ThatcherReaders reacted angrily to BBC's coverage, branding it 'terrifically biased'Corporation has received more than 700 complaints over its coverage By Alasdair Glennie PUBLISHED: 23:50 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:36 GMT, 11 April 2013 The BBC was accused of more ‘leftie bias’ in its coverage of Baroness Thatcher’s death yesterday after its main news website was filled with negative articles about the former Prime Minister.

MPs can claim 3,750 on expenses to fly home to pay tribute to Baroness Thatcher in the Commons

MPs can claim up to 3,750 on expenses for flying home to pay tribute to Baroness Thatcher in the Commons All 650 MPs told they can receive up to 3,750 after Parliament was recalledLabour MPs say debate could have been delayed until next week By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 09:55 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:50 GMT, 10 April 2013 MPs have been told they can claim up to 3,750 if they want to take part in today’s Commons tributes to Baroness Thatcher. Expenses chiefs emailed all 650 MPs to tell them they can receive the sum to cover the cost of returning from their Easter holidays.

David Cameron: Don"t shackle our free Press say 86 MPs and peers on eve of Leveson report

Don't shackle our free Press say 86 MPs and peers on eve of Leveson report The cross-party group of 86 insist statutory regulation of the media undermines a cornerstone of our democracyThey are urging the Prime Minister to reject any form of regulation Lord Justice Leveson's report into media standards is due to be released There is speculation that Leveson will recommend some form of 'underpinning' in law to a new Press watchdog | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 27 November 2012 Dozens of MPs and peers, including nine former Cabinet ministers, today urge David Cameron to resist laws which would shackle Britain’s 300-year-old free Press. On the eve of Lord Justice Leveson’s report into media standards, the cross-party group of 86 insists that any form of statutory regulation risks undermining a cornerstone of our democracy and asks the Prime Minister to reject any form of statutory media regulation.