This video from England says about itself:
4 February 2017
In response to the xenophobic and racist executive order signed by Donald Trump, the new president of United States of America, which immediately barred entry to the US to any national of countries (namely Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen) which have been most damaged by past and present US adventurism and violence sponsored by the US government or its allies or carried out directly by the US military and/or those of its allies, regardless of whether these nationals were US residents/citizens, protests erupted around the world.
Following a nationwide round of protests on 30th of January 2017, around the UK, a second round of protests were held, in London, on the 4th of February 2017, as a repeat show of public disapproval of the executive order as well as disapproval of the reaction of United Kingdom’s prime minister, Theresa May, who had already invited Donald Trump to a state visit to the UK and refused to rebuke the executive order, which was signed by Trump shortly after her visit with him at the White House, where they were photographed holding hands while walking together.
This video shows highlights of protests held at the US embassy in London, followed by a march toward Whitehall, and further protests opposite Downing Street (the UK prime minister’s official residence).
Some of the common slogans shouted by demonstrators were:
No hate. No fear. Refugees are welcome here,
Say it loud. Say it clear. Refugees are welcome here,
Say it loud. Say it clear. Donald Trump’s not welcome here,
Theresa May, shame on you,
Shame on you Theresa (May), Fascist appeaser,
No ban. No wall. Equality for all,
No state visit.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Trump visit sparks huge coalition against him
Saturday 11th February 2017
Representatives of the TUC, Momentum, Stop the War, the People’s Assembly, unions and religious and community groups gathered in London to launch the Stand Up to Trump coalition at the National Union of Teachers’ central London headquarters yesterday.
Unite’s Andrew Murray reminded the gathering that it united around three basic points: to campaign for the state visit invitation to be revoked, for the British government to disassociate itself with the US president and to demonstrate against the state visit if it goes ahead.
Stop the War spokesman John Rees told the Star: “We oppose Trump as he is an equal opportunities hater. He hates women, black people, Mexicans, Muslims, disabled people, gay people and working-class people.
“But the paradox is that it gives us the opportunity to build the widest possible opposition to Trump.”
And People’s Assembly national secretary Sam Fairbairn said: “This is the broadest coalition of organisations coming together since the height of the anti-war movement.”
A national Stand Up to Trump organising summit will be held at Friends Meeting House, Euston Road, London on Saturday February 18. And there are plans for a nationwide day of action during February 20’s parliamentary debate on the visit.