Million Britons signs petition to stop Donald Trump from visiting UK
Jan 30 2017 by Michele Stevens
The petition will, in all likelihood, be dismissed, but the President is very unlikely to receive a warm welcome from the Windsors, having previously defended the sale of topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge.
This isn't the first time an anti-Trump movement has made waves in London. DevOps, continuous delivery and containerisation.
Trump signed an executive order Friday prohibiting people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. The ban also forbids refugees from war-torn Syria from entering the country.
A protest organised outside Downing St in opposition to Trump's travel ban is expected to draw thousands of people.
BBC journalist live tweets upsetting experience at USA border following "Muslim ban " Labour, the Liberal Democrats and SNP have called for Trump's lavish state event to be cancelled and Tory MPs have warned against allowing it to go ahead.
A year ago, parliament debated a petition calling for Mr Trump, then the Republican candidate, to be barred from the UK.
British Prime Minister, Theresa May visited Washington last week to meet with the President.
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But May has been pressured to cancel the visit ever since the announcement of Trump signed the controversial executive order.
Earlier on Sunday, Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK Labour Party, called on UK Prime Minister Theresa May to condemn recent Trump's decision and to postpone his visit to the United Kingdom.
Since posting Corbyn's tweet, the petition has crossed the threshold needed for it to be debated in the British Parliament and now boasts more than 30,000 signatures beyond the 100,000 required to trigger a potential parliamentary debate.
It said its position had not changed on the United States president's trip as Theresa May came under pressure to downgrade or axe the visit.
A Downing Street source told BBC that the petition invitation was a "populist gesture" and that they did not intend to withdraw the state visit invitation.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said the United Kingdom has made it clear to the U.S. that they disagree with their recently implemented travel restrictions, but that the countries have a strong relationship and will continue to work together, reported Reuters.