Free site to have live sex chat which is not blocked
The proposed site of the bronze figure is near the statue of Winston Churchill, which was targeted during a May Day protest in 2000 when a piece of turf was left on his head in the style of a Mohican.
Royal Parks said its chief executive had discussed the issue with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Last night Tory MPs said it was ‘appalling’ that Britain could not commemorate its first female prime minister because of the threat posed by the hard-Left.
Jacob Rees-Mogg said: ‘Blocking it for fear of thugs and vandals is the lily-livered approach that Lady Thatcher most disdained.’ Boris Johnson has in the past spoken out in favour of a memorial to the former PM in Parliament Square.
But Mrs May, who is in Hamburg for the G20 summit, told BBC News: 'What I'm very clear about is there should be no suggestion that the threat of vandalism should stop a statue of Margaret Thatcher from being put up.' No 10 today insisted the decision on whether to ahead was for Westminster Council.
Theresa May, pictured being greeted by Angela Merkel at the G20 summit in Hamburg today, has dismissed the idea that the threat of vandalism should prevent a Thatcher statue being installed in Parliament Square Mrs May's official spokeswoman said: 'It's a planning application to Westminster Council.Fears over vandalism should not prevent a statue of Margaret Thatcher being put up outside the Commons, Theresa May insisted today.