Will Noble In Pictures: The Best Placards From London’s Trump Protests A mini Trump Baby flies in front of Nelson’s Column On Monday 3 June, as his state visit to the UK commenced, Donald Trump remarked on the “tremendous crowds of well-wishers” poised to greet him along the streets of London. Depends how you’re angling…

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHere’s what happened on day one of Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK (tweets not included). Donald Trump is to meet Prime Minister Theresa May for “substantial” talks on the second day of the US president’s three-day state visit to the UK. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt…

Protesters against Donald Trump’s UK visit have launched a talking and moving robot named the “Trump-Dumper”. The robot, which depicts President Trump sitting on the toilet, talks in a tongue-in-cheek fashion and takes on the US President’s sometimes controversial tweets. Its creators hope its popularity overtakes the Donald Trump baby blimp which flew over London…

Image copyright AFP Image caption About 200 extra officers from forces including Essex, Kent, Hampshire and Sussex policed the protests A series of climate change protests in London last month cost the Met Police an extra £7.5m, it has been claimed. Nearly 1,200 people were arrested during 11 days of protests by the Extinction Rebellion…

Image copyright Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Image caption Extinction Rebellion supporters gathered at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park for a “closing ceremony” Climate activists have gathered to mark the end of protests that caused 11 days of disruption across London. More than 1,100 people have been arrested since campaigners from Extinction Rebellion first blocked traffic in…

Image copyright PA Image caption Hundreds of officers from other police forces have been sent to London to help the Met Extinction Rebellion is to “pause” the protests that have caused widespread disruption across central London for seven days. The group said it would mark “a new phase of rebellion” to achieve “political aims”. A…

Image copyright Getty Images Some 400 climate-change protesters have been arrested after several days of demonstrations in central London. Despite the arrests, the Extinction Rebellion activists say they will continue with their protests, which have caused traffic gridlock in places and disruption to parts of London’s public transport network. Policing of the protests has been…

M@ Mayor Cuts Tube Wifi As Extinction Rebellion Protests Continue Waterloo Bridge and Oxford Circus remain closed as climate protesters reclaim the streets. You won’t get a wifi signal on the tube today. The service has been switched off after protesters threatened direct action on transport networks. @ExtinctionR demo on DLR at Canary Wharf….