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Join the demonstrations when Trump comes to Britain – when and where

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Issue 2657
Wipe the smile off his face
Wipe the smile off his face (Pic: James Ledbetter/Flickr)

Take to the streets against Donald Trump’s visit.

There are many reasons to protest against the racist, sexist, climate change denying, warmonger and warrior for the rich Donald Trump.

His visit is also linked to the new right wing threats here. 

Speaking outside the White House on Thursday, Trump described Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage in glowing terms.

“Nigel Farage is a friend of mine, Boris is a friend of mine. They’re two very good guys, very interesting people.”

Six reasons to march against Trump
Six reasons to march against Trump
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Join these protests at the sites where Trump will be:


Monday 3 June: Spoil Trump’s banquet, protest at the Palace 5.30pm, Spur Road

Tuesday 4 June: Together Against Trump – stop the state visit, 11am, Trafalgar Square

Trump is at Downing Street meeting Theresa May. We’ll gather in Trafalgar Square and then march to Downing Street.



Weds 5 June: Portsmouth says no to Trump! 11am -2pm Guildhall Square.


Plus local demonstrations:

Bangor Monday 3 June, 7pm, Y Cloc, Stryd Fawr, Bangor Clock, High Street

Birmingham Monday 3 June, 5pm, Victoria Square

Bristol Monday 3 June, 5pm, Water Fountains, city centre

Brixton Monday 3 June, 5pm Windrush Square

Cambridge Monday 3 June, 5pm, Great St Mary’s, The University Church, King’s Parade, CB2 3PQ

Cardiff Saturday 1 June, 12 noon, City Hall lawn

Chesterfield Monday 3 June, 6pm, Rykneld Square S40 1SB

Dundee Tuesday 4 June, 5pm, City Square

Edinburgh Tuesday 4 June, 5pm, St Giles’ Cathedral

Exeter Tuesday 4 June, 6pm, Bedford Square

Glasgow Tuesday 4 June, 5pm, Buchanan Street Steps

Leicester Tuesday 4 June 5.30pm, Clock Tower

Leeds Monday 3 June 5.30pm Dortmund Square

Manchester Monday 3 June, 6pm Cathedral Gardens

Newcastle Monday 3 June, 5pm, Grey’s momumnent

Nottingham Monday 3 June, 6pm, Brian Clough Statue, King Street

Sheffield Monday 3 June, 5pm, Barker’s Pool

Swansea Monday 3 June, 5pm, National Waierfront Museum, Oystermouth Road

York Saturday 1 June, 12 noon, St Heken’s Square

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