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When and where is the Donald Trump protest in the UK in February 2017?
The national day of action will coincide with a parliamentary debate over whether Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK should go ahead.
More than 1,850,000 people have signed a petition calling for the state visit to be cancelled because it would “embarrass” the Queen.
Parliament is set to debate the petition on Monday (February 20) even though the Government has already rejected the petition’s demand.
At the same time, anti-protesters will gather in dozens of cities across the UK including Edinburgh, Manchester, Cambridge and Swansea.
The Stop Trump Coalition has organised the protests in collaboration with the One Day Without Us: UK National Protest by migrants in Britain.
The coalition said: “We are calling for a nationwide day of action to stand up and say no to the future of hatred, racism and division that Donald Trump is trying to create.”
Protesters will also “say no to the disgraceful complicity of Theresa May and the British government in supporting him.”
Theresa May invited Mr Trump to UK during a visit to the US. Just days later, he announced a travel ban on citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
This map shows anti-Trump protests around the UK on Monday
In response to petition, the Government said: “We look forward to welcoming President Trump once dates and arrangements are finalised.
“This invitation reflects the importance of the relationship between the United States of America and the United Kingdom.”
One Day Without Us organisers said: “We are inviting migrants from inside and outside the European Union, and everyone who supports them, to celebrate the contribution that migrants make.”
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The Stop Trump Coalition has a map of all the protests on its website.
Here is list of some of the biggest protests on Monday across the UK, according to protest Facebook pages and the One Day Without website.
London: 5pm Parliament Square
Brighton: 12pm Clock Tower
Canterbury: 5pm Dane John Gardens
Edinburgh: 1.30pm The Mound
Glasgow: 6pm George Square
Leeds: 1pm Briggate
Manchester: 12.30pm Piccadilly Gardens
Liverpool: 6pm The Lyceum
Liverpool: 12.30pm John Lennon Peace Memorial Quay
Lincoln: 6pm Cathedral Square
Nottingham: 5.30pm Forest Recreation Ground
Leicester: 6pm Town Hall Square
Cambridge: 5.30pm Market Square
Hereford: 6pm High Town
Swansea: 5.30pm Castle Square /
Cardiff: 6pm Queen Street
St Davids: 6pm Cross Square
Bridport: 6pm Buckydoo Square
Exeter: 5.30pm Bedford Square
Bournemouth: 6pm The Square
Reading: 6pm Queen Victoria Statue
Hitchin: 5.30pm Windmill Hill
Newcastle: 12.30pm Greys Monument