Hundreds of thousands are likely to turn out for the protest on 4 June (from 11 a.m., Trafalgar Square) against US president Donald Trump’s state visit. The crowd is likely to be even bigger than when Trump last visited, in July 2018.
It will take up the same causes: peace, migrant rights, women’s rights, and more. Workers’ Liberty and Solidarity will be there, working with Labour for a Socialist Europe (L4SE), Young L4SE, and Another Europe is Possible to push the anti-Brexit, lower-borders, migrant-rights, European unity message.
Remember, Trump has said “Many people would like to see Nigel Farage represent Great Britain as their Ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job”; and soon after Trump’s election, Farage suggests he could be the go-between Trump and the US government. We will also push the case for Palestinian rights and a democratic “two states” in Israel-Palestine, against the Trump-Netanyahu axis.