US President Donald Trump arrives in the UK for his presidential trip to the country amid potentially widespread protests.
President Donald Trump will spend time with the Queen and prime minister before flying to Scotland.
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- U.S. President Donald Trump announces that he will visit the United Kingdom on July 13.
- United States President Donald Trump cancels his scheduled trip to the United Kingdom next month.
- "The Guardian" reports that U.S. President Donald Trump has postponed his visit to the United Kingdom, according to a U.K. adviser who said Mr. Trump recently telephoned 10 Downing Street with this information. Both Prime Minister Theresa May's office and the White House deny this report.
- British police suspend sharing intelligence with the United States in connection with Monday's Manchester bombing attack for most of the day, after U.S. officials allegedly leak "sensitive information" to "The New York Times". British Prime Minister Theresa May emphasized the sensitive nature of said information when she met with U.S. President Donald Trump during their meeting at the NATO summit in Brussels. Trump calls for an investigation into the leaks.
- A petition, launched Sunday to cancel U.S. President Donald Trump's state visit to the United Kingdom later this year, tops 1 million signatures, passing the threshold for British Parliament debate. A British government spokesman says the state visit is going ahead as planned.