Thousands have gathered in central London for anti-Trump rallies to protest his official visit to the UK. True to British form, the signs captured the acerbic wit of this great nation.
On 12 July, the day of Trump’s arrival, demonstrators gathered outside Winfield House, the London residence of US Ambassador Woody Johnson, where POTUS and FLOTUS spent the night.
On 13 July, a giant blimp of Donald Trump dressed in nothing but a nappy hovered ominously over parliament and rallies took place across the capital.
Protestors marched through Oxford Circus and Regent Street in one of the biggest rallies.
A troupe of drag queens and kings held a LGBTQ Drag Protest Parade before joining up with the Women’s March London ‘Bring The Noise’ parade through central London.
The organisers of the London branch of the Women’s March held a ‘Bring The Noise’ march through the centre of London to Parliament.
Babies were also out in force to march against Trump.
In a statement about the Trump administration’s immigration policy, one of the signs read: “I’m only 12 months old and even I know family separation is wrong.”
Welcome to the UK, Mr President.