Stand Up To Racism, which also helped organise Monday’s London march (pictured), is protesting Theresa May’s state invite to Mr Trump [Image: Getty Images].

This Writer hopes even more people attend the March in London than protested against Trump last week.

When protest becomes a regular event, it is easy for interest to tail off – especially here in the UK. People tend to think that they’ve done their bit by turning up the first time, even though the problem they were protesting hasn’t gone away.

But Herr Drumpf keeps piling on the indignities with every executive signature, and I hope the people of the UK aren’t too self-absorbed to realise what this means.

Prove me right, Britain.

Thousands of protestors are once again expected to descend on London this weekend, to demonstrate against Donald Trump’s immigration ban and his scheduled visit to the UK.

Protest group, Stand Up To Racism said “tens of thousands” of people, including shadow home secretary Diane Abbott, will join Saturday’s march from the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square to Downing Street.

Source: London set for second Donald Trump protest as ‘tens of thousands’ expected to march against UK response to travel ban

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