'This is wrong, this is not something we agree with.
Theresa May has condemned the forced separation of migrant children from their parents in the U.S., but dismissed calls to call off President Donald Trump's visit to the UK.
Later, asked if he was happy for the President's July 13 visit to Britain to go ahead, the Highland MP replied: "On the basis of where we are now, it is right the Trump visit is called off".
"I find it hard to believe the Queen would meet with Trump", wrote another.
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At Prime Minister's Questions, she said: "The pictures of children being held in what appear to be cages are deeply disturbing".
Speaking to Kay Burley of Sky News, the us ambassador to the United Kingdom confirmed the meeting.
"Yes, yes, I mean, he has to see the head of state", Mr Johnson said.
The Prime Minister told him: 'I clearly and wholly, unequivocally said that that was wrong'.
The Conservative Party leader told parliament that images of children in cages were disturbing and that the United Kingdom did not approve of separating migrant families.
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Mr Trump most recently sparked anger throughout the UK for his policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the United States-Mexico border after photos of the unaccompanied children caged at a detention centre. Facing domestic and worldwide outrage, Trump issued an executive order Wednesday that ends family separation, instead keeping families together in federal custody while awaiting prosecution for illegal border crossings.
"He has quit the UN Human Rights Council, praised [North Korean leader] Kim Jong-un's treatment of his own people, and turned away Muslims", Shuker added.
"Separating children from their parents in this way is beyond terrible".
The Trump administration has been the target of a growing chorus of criticism as images of migrant children in cages inside U.S. Border Patrol processing stations were distributed by the news media and on social media channels.
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