Yeah I'm skipping it and going to the source. I have a good friend that works for Shell in London. I can shoot him an email.
I don't live too far from Eureka College, alma mater of Ronald Reagan. They have a "Reagan" conference every year and I was able to attend one two years ago. Great guests like Edwin Meece and Fred Barnes.
There was also a younger speaker (mid-30s I'd say) from England who talked about the Reagan-Thatcher connection. I asked him later if England celebrated Thatcher the way we do Reagan (generally speaking), and he said it wasn't close. That Thatcher wasn't really appreciated, just acknowledged. Longer answer than that, but that was the bottom line.
Not that he's the final word on the subject, but it was a bit of insight. I'd say the US as a whole (those of us 30 and up) hold her in higher esteem than the citizens she served. I wonder how their sentiment may change in the coming weeks following her death.