Tens of thousands of people joined a protest against Donald Trump in London on Saturday 4th of February following the US President's controversial travel ban.
Organisers estimated 40,000 people took part, initally gathering at the US embassy in Grosvenor Square at 11am, before making their way towards Whitehall. Organisers said that huge turnout showed that "the Government has got a very, very big problem with the state visit".
Organisers said that the Prime Minister had a choice to either "insult the American president, or insult a majority of people in this country who don't share that president's views on practically any issue you care to mention".
"He (Mr Trump) thinks one way about women, most people in this country don't share that view. He thinks one way about Muslims, most people don't share that view.
The march was set up to condemn the travel ban, alongside the forthcoming state visit of Mr Trump to the UK later this year.