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It's July 2018 and things are very strange.
British politics is in turmoil. No one knows what is happening with Brexit. The England football team are good now and Donald Trump is in the UK.
The US President's visit to these shores is causing quite a stir and there are several huge protests planned across the nation over the weekend.
Perhaps the strangest of all the protests has to be the baby blimp which was floating a few meters above Parliament Square for a few hours on Friday morning.
The 20ft balloon, which was tethered to the ground, attracted a huge crowd in person and was soon trending on social media.
What an image. https://t.co/LlfOYwlSqa — Nick de Semlyen (@Nick de Semlyen)
Love, love, love our British allies! Fly that giant #TrumpBabyBlimp high! Helps us in the states not feel so isolated and crazy. — Penny Gill (@Penny Gill)
#TrumpBabyBlimp What an anticlimax that is. There was me expecting this thing to be soaring over London's landmarks… https://t.co/f9OdrEWaeu — TV Talker (@TV Talker)
For those of you who missed it, evidence of the Trump Dalek making it's way through Westminster 😂 #TrumpUKVisit… https://t.co/r5rHOz5KOL — Scientists for EU (@Scientists for EU)
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