The Baroness Margaret Hilda Thatcher funeral was held today at Great Britain′s St Paul Cathedral. Big Ben was silent as the procession took the former Prime Minister from the Palace of Westminster to the Church of St. Clement Danes, where, after a brief religious ceremony, was placed on a horse-drawn gun carriage for the final leg to St. Paul. Not since Winston Churchill has there been such a ceremony for a non-royal. Speaking of which, The Queen and Prince Phillip attended the services along with David Cameron and other British notables. The streets were packed with mostly well wishers, but a few protesters jeered and some throw objects at the horses in a sign of disrespect. The Welsh Guards, who played a large role during the Falklands Islands campaign, featured prominently during the affair.