Anews - British Prime Minister, Theresa May - the first world leader met with President Trump- also the target of criticism of protesters.
Thousands of people took the streets, joined in rallies in London on Monday night or Tuesday (01/31/2017) pm. They opposed the policy of the president of the United States Donald Trump concerning population and immigration.
As reported Trump pause refugee program and prohibits members of the seven predominantly Muslim countries into the United States. Trump Presidential executive order that prohibits citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen came to the US, considered a racist policy.
President Trump also stop the refugee reception program for 120 days, not including a ban indefinitely for refugees from Syria. Protesters from various backgrounds came together to express outrage at the Trump.
One rallying point of the visible mass in front of the official residence of the British Prime Minister, 10 Downing Street, not far from tourist destinations of big Ben and Trafalgar Square. British Prime Minister Theresa May - the first world leader met with President Trump- indeed be one of the targets of criticism of protesters.
"I'm here because President Donald Trump extremely dangerous and extremely unpleasant man," said a man with a homemade poster.
On the other hand, the number of people in Facebook who said they would join the anti-Trump rallies in several cities England reached 25,000. But, the estimated actual number could be larger.
Scoure : bbc