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Could this petition stop Donald Trump from visiting the Queen?
Parliament will have to consider the anti-Trump petition for debate because it has surpassed the threshold of 100,000 signatures many times over.
It comes after Donald Trump provoked global outrage by banning travellers from seven predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East and Africa.
Despite anti-Trump protests across the UK this evening, the Government is still refusing to withdraw the invitation of a state visit for the new US President.
Downing Street has said the Mr Trump’s state visit will not be cancelled because it remains “substantially in the national interest”.
A source told the BBC said the cancellation would be "populist gesture" that would "undo everything" achieved by Theresa May’s trip the US.
Mrs May has come under fire for refusing to condemn the ban as details of it were emerging during a press conference in Turkey on Saturday.
The Prime Minister invited Mr Trump to visit the UK during an amicable meeting during which the leaders got on well and even held hands at one point.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said the Prime Minister “would be failing the British people” if she does not postpone the visit and condemn the ban.
Donald Trump has signed an executive order that bans travellers from seven countries
He argues it would be “totally wrong” for Mr Trump to visit until he lifts the 90-day ban on travellers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
“I am not happy with him coming here until that ban is lifted, quite honestly,” Mr Corbyn told ITV’s Peston on Sunday.
“I think we should make it very clear we are extremely upset about it, and I think it would be totally wrong for him to be coming here while that situation is going on.”
The petition argues that Mr Trump should be uninvited because the forthcoming state visit “would cause embarrassment” the Queen.
It adds: “Donald Trump's well documented misogyny and vulgarity disqualifies him from being received by Her Majesty the Queen or the Prince of Wales.”
London’s first Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan: “I think a state visit when this type of ban is in place is wrong. We should not roll out the red carpet for President Trump.”
A previous petition, which called for Mr Trump to be banned from the UK, led to a parliamentary debate in January 2016.
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President Trump Meets With British PM Theresa May At The White House
At the time, MPs condemned his proposed ban on Muslims but agreed that it would "go against free speech" to ban him from the UK.