MARGARET Thatcher’s husband questioned Sir Paul McCartney’s invite to a Number 10 reception, papers show.
The Beatles legend was on a list of celebs invited as part of a 1988 “thank you” following a rally during the ex-PM’s election campaign.
But husband Sir Denis vetted the guest list and added question marks beside the names of those he said “do not help”.
Guests he approved of received red ticks — including golfer Nick Faldo and Rolf Harris. His actions emerged in newly-released documents.
They also show that No10 got so many requests to loan Lady Thatcher’s toy bears Mrs Teddy and Humphrey for public events staff finally had to refuse.
Mrs T’s 1988 anti-European Bruges speech was inspired by a Europhile, files suggest.