Donald Trump ‘enjoyed’ No 10 meeting with Boris Johnson
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Thousands of protesters took to the streets in cities including Manchester, Leeds, York and Belfast. Parts of central London were brought to a standstill, as Speaking at a rally in Glasgow, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the protesters ' message to the prime minister was: "No way do you take us out
Protesters seeking a referendum on the final Brexit deal have attended a rally which organisers say was the This is something which has already been ruled out by Prime Minister Theresa May. Some 150 coach loads of people from across the UK - including as far away from London as Orkney
Thousands of people are expected to take part in anti-Boris Johnson protests on Saturday, with demonstrations planned across the UK.
Action has been planned number of cities – including Bristol, Leeds, Cambridge, Cardiff, Birmingham, York, Liverpool, and Swansea – where activists will take to the streets to say “not my prime minister”.
Weyman Bennett, co-convener for Stand Up To Racism told HuffPost UK that the protests had been organised by the group as soon as the election result was announced in order to fight the normalisation of racial discrimination.
Boris Johnson abandons three campaign events after facing protesters
The Conservative candidate in Bolton West blamed Labour for protests that greeted the Prime MinisterWith just days to go until polling day, the Conservative leader had been scheduled to pay a visit to the Tory-held marginal constituency of Bolton West on Saturday.
On Tuesday, the prime minister , Scott Morrison, was asked about concerns over how long the tens of thousands of volunteer firefighters – many who have been away from work for weeks now – were expected to continue without pay. Morrison said volunteer firefighters “want to be out there defending
Thousands of people have joined protests in London and in cities around the UK against a The prime minister 's office said earlier in the day that Mrs May was "very happy" to extend the invitation Even if it's doing something small like attending a protest or making a placard." Ms Levy's placard
“We are protesting because believe that racism and Islamophobia have gone unchallenged over the course of this election, and racist statements made by the prime minister – including references to ‘
“There has been no real focus on the fact that racism has been used to divide people. This is not normal, referring to muslim women as ‘letterboxes’ is not normal – it’s language that should be in the gutter, not being used by the leader of the UK.
“The election is over, but we can’t stand by and let this racist, islamophobic rhetoric be normalised.”
, with some protesters in the capital clashing with Met Police officers and two arrests being made.
Gardai nab disqualified driver using new fake license under different name
Gardai nab disqualified driver using new fake license under different nameThe motorist was put off the road after receiving 12 penalty points.
Why are people unhappy? For close to a year, thousands of Algerians have protested every Friday in Algiers and other cities across the country against any Abdelmadjid Tebboune, 74, rose from a long career as a civil servant to become prime minister in 2017 but lasted just seven months because of a
Thousands of people across the country joined protests against Donald Trump’s travel ban Speaking after they met on Monday, the Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny and British prime minister Kenny said one of the reasons he wanted to attend the annual ceremony was to raise the plight of 50
Large crowds of people – surrounded by a heavy police presence – attended the impromptu demonstrations, with many more expected to turn out onto the streets on Saturday.
Each individual event is anticipating hundreds of attendees, with other organisations and charities such as Extinction Rebellion offering their support at some of the protests.
Thewon a huge 80-seat majority at Thursday’s general election – gaining support in several seats that had traditionally been seen as Labour strongholds – giving the party a mandate to leave the European Union by January 31.
The PM’s campaign to be re-elected as leader was dogged by accusations of racism, with offensive comments he had written or spoken during his time both as a journalist and a politician heavily criticised.
“It’s not just racism and islamophobia,” Bennett explaned, “The prime minister has condemned anti-Semitism, butfor winning an election when he himself has been widely criticised as an antisemite.
Footage shows car being bounced around Donegal beach during Storm Atiyah
Footage shows car being bounced around Donegal beach during Storm Atiyah .The public were advised to stay away from coastlines as up to 130km/h gusts were expected.But up at Rossnowlagh beach, it appears one motorist got a little too close to the sea on Sunday as the storm arrived.Fin McCool Surf School uploaded the video which shows a red Volkswagen Golf car being caught up in a high tide.
The calls for protests come as a petition against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to suspend Parliament racked up more than 1.5 million signatures as of Friday morning. It also follows multiple protests in London, Edinburgh and other cities on Wednesday, which took place within hours of Mr
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“It’s clear that racism is being used to divide us. The themes might not be the same, but the scapegoating of migrants to this country echoes that of the 1930s. We are really, really worried.
“We are standing up against the language that is being used – Trump-isms, ‘go back to your own country’, xenophobic tropes – and saying that these views don’t represent the majority.”
Hundreds of protesters gather in Glasgow to march against Boris Johnson .
The demonstrators marched down Buchanan Street before Police Scotland officers blocked their progress at Argyle Street. Demonstrators gathered at the Buchanan Street steps on Friday evening after the Tories won an overall majority in the UK of 80 in Thursday’s general election .