President will not open new US embassy next month, with secretary of state Rex Tillerson likely to take his placeDonald Trump has cancelled a visit to Britain next month to open the new US embassy in London, amid fears of mass protests. The president claimed on Twitter that the reason
Justin Welby joins Pope Francis in using traditional Christmas Day message to make oblique criticism of Donald Trump over Jerusalem decisionThe archbishop of Canterbury has spoken out against tyrannical and populist world leaders in a Christmas message likely to be seen partly as a rebuke against US president Donald Trump.
Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen accused of using threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviourThe leader and deputy leader of Britain First the far-right group which gained international notoriety when it was retweeted by Donald Trump have been charged by police in Northern Ireland in connection with alleged conduct
The US presidents hate-filled tweets must make Britain more hard-headed, writes the Guardian columnist Jonathan FreedlandWhen Donald Trump took the oath of office, less than 11 months ago, the word of the hour was normalisation. Lets not treat this man like a normal president, his US opponents said, because hes
Scottish first minister calls on PM to agree unambiguously to a longer transitional period and to guarantee EU citizens rightsNicola Sturgeon has urged Theresa May to ignore her partys extreme Brexiters and adopt a far more constructive tone with other EU leaders at next weeks summit. In an article for
Government reveals Sir Kim Darroch has formally raised concerns after US president tweeted videos posted by Britain FirstBritains ambassador to the US has conveyed to the White House the governments concerns about Donald Trumps promotion on Twitter of material created by the far-right group Britain First, the Guardian understands. Theresa
PM reiterates that US president was wrong to retweet far-right UK groups videos, as opposition to state visit grows at WestminsterTheresa May has issued a carefully worded rebuke of Donald Trump for retweeting material from the hateful far-right group Britain First, but stressed the importance of the special relationship between