On Possible Surprise Visit From Trump, UK Resistance Says: We'll Be Ready

On Possible Surprise Visit From Trump, UK Resistance Says: We'll Be Ready

On Possible Surprise Visit From Trump, UK Resistance Says: We'll Be Ready

On Monday, a spokesperson for Theresa May said the government is "not aware of any plans for President Trump to visit the U.K.in the next few weeks", but those opposed to Trump's presence in the country are ready to mobilize at short notice in order to make sure their message is delivered to the USA president.

The U.K. government is expected to give less than 24 hours notice of a Presidential state visit to avoid the disruption of mass protest, the newspaper reports.

The President's schedule could allow a flying stop as he crosses the Atlantic on his way to Bastille Day celebrations in France on 14 July.

May made a close relationship with Trump and the US a pillar of her foreign policy and in January was the first foreign leader to visit him after his election victory.

It follows reports in the United Kingdom that the U.S. President could visit his Scottish golf course during one of his European trips.

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Anti-Trump campaigners are calling on The President's opponents to be "on standby" for street protests in the event of a visit.

A government source told The Sunday Times: "We expect him to go to his golf course".

"There's a difference between the status of the Spanish state visit and the visit of President Trump", Johnson said last month. "We're asking Britain to be on standby to take to the streets with just hours notice if necessary".

The US President was said to be looking forward to been driven in the Queen's gold-plated carriage down the Mall to Buckingham Palace during his state visit.

Earlier, neighbours told the Standard that the "majority of people don't want him" to visit and described Mr Trump as a "laughing stock". The White House later denied that the two leaders had even discussed the subject.

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