A new museum and library has been planned in London to honour late Margaret Thatcher.
The institution will have a library, museum and a training centre and will be funded by wealthy supporters of the ex-PM who hope to raise 15 million pounds in private cash to pay for the project.
According to the Mirror, the library will be supported by at least three serving Cabinet Ministers and allies of Thatcher from her time in office.
The project will be based on late US President Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in California.
The Thatcher Library will run training courses to educate the next generation of British politicians in her beliefs of low taxation and support for the free market, the report said.
Visitors to the Thatcher Library will be able to see artefacts from her years in power in the 1980s - including her trademark blue suits and her handbags.
According to the report, the project is being overseen by Conservative Way Forward, the pressure group set up in 1991 and which she headed until her death last week.
Organisers are currently looking for a suitable site either in or around Westminster.