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Ex-Prime Minister Magaret Thatcher Dies at 87: Five Places to Raise a Farewell Pint

At 87 years of age, the former Prime Minister of Britain Margaret Thatcher passed away from a stroke today. Known as the "Iron Lady," Thatcher is best-known for her staunch conservative ways -- the female British counterpart to Reagan.

Whether you agree with her political stance or not, being the first and only female British prime minister, Thatcher deserves a toast for something. With that, we've decided to compile a list of the five best British pubs to raise a pint.

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5. The Pub, 2101 SW 145 Ave., Pembroke Pines
This spot earns top marks as the place to be for Anglophiles in West Broward. Traditional British fare is interspersed with fusion dishes, but the beer list is littered with British favorites. Cozy up in the classic wooden interior and recognize the importance the "Iron Maiden."

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