Celebrities politicians and activists are among those urging people to join mass protests against a planned visit by the US President.Mr Trump last week confirmed that he will travel to Britain later this year, despite cancelling a visit to open the new US embassy a move many thought was due to his fear of protests.Owen Jones, who last year set up a Facebook group calling for people to join in protest, tweeted: “It’s official: Donald Trump is coming to Britain later this year. Let’s make sure he’s met by the most incredible protest in history”.Labour MP David Lammy also joined the calls, replying to a tweet reporting on Mr Trump’s planned visit with the line: “To be met by the biggest protest this country has ever seen. Who’s in?”It’s official: Donald Trump is coming to Britain later this year.Let’s make sure he’s met by the most incredible protest in history.The website calls for people to either donate to one of the organisations or buy pink merchandise from some of them to wear at a future protest.”We want to use the opportunity of any Trump visit to directly benefit groups working with those he’s sought to exclude or marginalise, by making sure that he can’t avoid a sea of lurid pink clad protesters on our streets, each of them wearing their support for those working to help women, refugees, transgender people and our BME community,” it says.”We’re asking Britain to support those who really deserve our attention, by contributing to their work as a way of positively protesting.By donating to one of these organisations, and/or by buying pink merchandise from some of them to wear at a future protest, you can show Trump whose side we’re on and we can increase our collective power to support those he excludes at the same time.”In an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Mr Trump told Piers Morgan that Prime Minister Mrs May has invited him to the UK “twice” and he will travel to Britain for both state and working visits in 2018..
The two pilots kept this up day after day. One week turned to two. Then a month. The 747 had taken off from Delhi and had been cleared to climb to FL140. Meanwhile, the IL76, which was inbound to Delhi on the same airway, had been cleared to descend to FL150. However, due to a misunderstanding, the pilot and most of the cockpit crew of the IL76 believed the flight had been cleared to continue down to FL140.