Margaret Thatcher death party teacher Romany Blythe is unrepentant as it"s revealed she had NHS breast implants

'They danced in the streets when Hitler died too': Drama teacher who organised Thatcher death parties remains unrepentant as it's revealed she had NHS breast implantsRomany Blythe, 45, created 'The Witch Is Dead Party' Facebook groupWorks with 'potentially criminalised individuals' in drama workshops'They danced in the streets when Hitler died too,' she said todayPreviously claimed her PIP breast implants caused a miscarriage Special needs teacher Craig Parr, 27, works at Miliband's old schoolOrganised Brixton 'death party', holding 'Rejoice.

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

Sir Ronald Harwood: For too long, we"ve denied the elderly their dignity

For too long, we've denied the elderly their dignity. If we wish to be counted as civilised, this betrayal MUST end | UPDATED: 01:03 GMT, 26 December 2012 Something is frighteningly wrong with this country’s attitude towards the aged. Our later years should be a time of respect, security and comfort

Downton Abbey: It"s the TV event of Christmas… and we"ve been given a sneak preview – by the Scottish aristocrats whose stately home…

McDownton! It's the TV event of Christmas… and we've been given a sneak preview – by the Scottish aristocrats whose stately home bagged a starring role | UPDATED: 22:33 GMT, 8 December 2012 It is 8 o’clock on Christmas Day and the family is in a festive slump in front of the television, waiting for a highlight of the day – the Downton Abbey Special.

Newlywed couple feed their reception guests on food bought with 40,000 supermarket loyalty points

Newlywed couple feed their reception guests on food bought with 40,000 supermarket loyalty points Maggie and Mike Davies met whilst working at the Sainsbury's storeTheir wedding was 'perfect' and they 'couldn't have done it' without pointsThey spent thousands to get the points which were worth 200 | UPDATED: 20:14 GMT, 30 November 2012 Most people preparing to walk down the aisle have to tighten their belts and save up in preparation for the big day. But Sainbury's workers' Maggie, 60, and Mike Davies, 63, created a wedding fund with a twist when they spent 18 months collecting 40,000 loyalty points which paid for all the food when they tied the knot. The maximum they would have had to spend to get the points is 20,000 – but the couple guess they only spent 5,000 Scroll down for video Maggie and Mike Davies pictured in the car park of their local Sainsbury's on their wedding day.

Margaret Hughes: Family pay tribute to grandmother, 91, found dead in flooded home just a day before her birthday

Family pay tribute to grandmother, 91, found dead in flooded home as witness claims she refused to leave fearing her breakfast would get coldMargaret Hughes would have celebrated her 92nd birthday tomorrow She was found dead in her flooded home in St Asaph, North Wales, yesterdayNeighbours say she did not want to leave because she was eating breakfast and was warm inside her home The family of the grandmother said she was 'still very much full of life' | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 28 November 2012 Full of life: The family of Margaret Hughes, pictured, said she was 'strong willed with a real sense of humour' The family of a grandmother who died just days before her 92nd birthday when her bungalow flooded described her today as 'very active' and said she was looking forward to Christmas.