Trump’s visit to the U.K. was marked by rallies both of welcome and of protest. Liberty Nation was on the ground to capture it all so here we present a series of photos illustrating the pro-Trump rallies that took place on Saturday, July 14.
Trump supporters attend the Make Britain Great Again event outside the U.S. embassy to support the president.
A large police presence at the pro-Trump event. A Section 12 Order is in place to stop public disturbances, meaning that anyone who protests — displays a sign or banner or forms a procession of more than two people — is liable to a fine of around $250, while the event organisers would face three months in jail.
Violence breaks out between Trump and Tommy Robinson supporters, and counter-protestors. Police intervene and arrest 12 people.
Many of the Trump supporters have moved on to join a Free Tommy Robinson rally outside the Prime Minister’s residence of Downing Street.
A small group of Tommy Robinson supporters cause a scene at Trafalgar Square; some of them block the roads, stopping traffic.
Police keep rowdy Tommy Robinson supporters contained to Nelson’s Column in Trafalgar Square. The atmosphere is tense but gradually dies down; both police and protestors are gone by around 8:30 pm, without major incident.