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In pictures: UK protests Trump's travel ban

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image captionProtesters, including these in London, gathered across the UK on Monday evening to protest against US President Donald Trump's new immigration policy, which sees travel restrictions placed on seven mainly Muslim countries
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image captionIn London, the crowds headed to Downing Street, and even pets got in on the act
image captionMany protesters, including this women in Cardiff, object to President Trump being invited to the UK for a state visit
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image captionThis woman in London was thinking of the Queen, who will meet President Trump when he comes
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image captionProtesters also took to the streets in Scotland, where Mr Trump's mother was born
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image captionIn Edinburgh. they marched to the Scottish Parliament
image caption"Hey Trump! Don't do that!" the US President was told, Glasgow-style
image captionAnother very Scottish sign spotted in Glasgow
image captionThis protester in Glasgow told the BBC she was from Georgia in the US, and was angry and ashamed about the policy
image captionA protester in Sheffield also had a message for Prime Minister Theresa May, who paid a visit to the White House last week

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