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  • How to respond to Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK

    Readers air their views on news that the US president will be given the red-carpet treatment during a three-day visit from 3 June On the same day that Trump’s state visit to the UK is announced (May under fire for allowing Trump state visit during D-day celebrations, 24 April), I see that Michael Bloomberg has stepped in to personally cover the $4.5m shortfall resulting from his country’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement. So that got me thinking

    the Guardian
  • Donald Trump plans state visit to UK in June

    Theresa May’s decision to invite US president to Britain prompts renewed calls for protests Donald Trump’s postponed state visit to the UK is due to take place in June, it will be confirmed on Tuesday, prompting renewed calls for protests against the trip. Buckingham Palace is due to announce the visit will be timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the D-day landings on 6 June, the Guardian understands. Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Donald Trump 'set for June state visit to UK'

    Buckingham Palace is expected to announce on Tuesday that the US president will visit in early June.

    BBC News