Protests, Pro-rallies Planned Across UK Ahead of Trump's Visit

Donald Trump hoping to dodge mass protests during this week's UK visit

Trump will spend the weekend in Scotland at one of his golf courses

The largest demonstration is expected in central London on Friday where a giant "Trump baby" balloon will fly close to Parliament after being given the go-ahead by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

According to The Guardian, in anticipation of the potentially violent turnout of protestors, the country will be deploying police at level not seen since its 2011 riots, when a man was shot and killed by police in London.

Police from almost every force have been called up for the USA president's arrival, as demonstrators prepare to protest against his first trip to the UK.

After he was invited past year, more than 1.86 million people signed a petition saying Trump should not be given a state visit because it could embarrass the queen and thousands of police will also be on duty with large protests expected.

A chopper will fly him to the U.S. ambassador's residence in Regents Park, Central London.

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Ambassador Johnson's sentiment has been echoed by a number of residents in the north of England, who say that whether they agree with the president or not, he is worthy of respect as America's leader.

But as President Trump arrives in Britain on Thursday, he will find plenty of people who think it is more important to oppose him than it is to nurture U.S. -U.K. ties.

Trump then angered May and many Britons by retweeting unverified, anti-Islamic videos from Britain First, whose leaders have been convicted of hate crimes.

Trump took aim at May in a tweet.

There might have been a considerable lack of disrespectful fanfare when United States president Donald Trump was in Singapore last month, but Londoners, as it would appear, have a particularly in-your-face way of expressing themselves.

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"Under Theresa May, the a key Trump ally, so it's important that he can't waltz in without significant opposition", Lund-Harket concluded. We are living in very volatile times and so I hope nothing gets out of hand and I hope people can act civilly.

The baby blimp of President Trump is due to be flown over London this week.

From there, Trump and his wife Melania are expected to travel to Windsor to meet Queen Elizabeth.

"The protest against Trump will be a real celebration of the diversity that we love in the United Kingdom - and will give a strong signal that his message of hate and division is not welcome in this country".

Other than street marches, they include the flying a massive balloon of Trump as an angry baby from Westminster Gardens near Big Ben.

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It has vowed to gather near the United States ambassador's residence in London, where Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will stay Thursday night, and outside Blenheim Palace, wartime leader Winston Churchill's birthplace, which hosts the pair for dinner prior.

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