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4 October 2017
Having alienated most of the US population (and the world) with his vile, bigoted and threatening comments, US billionaire president Donald Trump has now railed against North American football players
14 June 2017
Hated US president Donald Trump has reportedly suspended plans to visit Britain. It seems he cited concerns about protests in a conversation with Theresa May sometime in the past few weeks. The mass movement
3 May 2017
Donald Trump's first 100 days in the White House have been characterised by political defeats, administrative chaos and incompetence
19 April 2017
Donald Trump's cruise missile attack on a Syrian airbase on 6 April, during a round of "beautiful chocolate cake" with China's president Xi Jinping, marks a reckless and dangerous escalation of tensions
1 March 2017
There are two rival groupings vying for the leadership of the new potential movement, neither of which offers a clear way forward
22 February 2017
Reports of further nation-wide protests against Donald Trump on 20 February, the day Parliament debated his visit and Day X walkout plans.
15 February 2017
I'll be joining students from schools, colleges and universities across Britain in walking out on Day X - the day that President Trump first sets foot in Britain
1 February 2017
One of the most reactionary, bigoted and predatory administrations in modern history has taken office. The Trump presidency, from the vicious tweets to the bizarre press conferences to the reactionary cabinet picks and executive orders, has millions of people understandably feeling they are in an unfolding nightmare.
31 January 2017
At a maximum of 48 hours' notice, rivers of people poured onto streets around Britain on 30 January to reject Trump's racism. This followed the 'women's marches' on 21 January when 100,000 demonstrated in London alone and thousands more elsewhere.
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