Donald Trump inspecting the Guard of Honour of the British Army's Household Division during his ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace
Donald Trump has arrived in London for his three-day state visit in honour of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy.
To say the US president is not exactly being welcomed with open arms is putting it mildly.
Amnesty International has already unfurled a huge "Resist Trump" banner on Vauxhall Bridge, anti-Trump demonstrators have clashed with his supporters outside of Buckingham Palace, while some 250,000 placard-bearing protesters and the returning Baby Trump blimp are expected in the capital on Tuesday.
Apparently anticipating the hostility, Twitter user Brent Toderian sparked an interesting debate on the site, asking others what one thing they would ban from their cities in order to improve them.
QUESTION: If you had the power to ban just one thing from cities in order to make them MUCH better, OTHER THAN CARS… https://t.co/a0pN0v2yEx