Jeremy Corbyn

London Mayor, Sadiq Khan has now responded to Donald Trump tweet that he won't be coming to the UK. The London mayor said that he"got the message" of the London people.

Mr Trump has cited the moving of the US embassy from Mayfair to Vauxhall as the reason for not going to the UK, and had instead sent the Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson to instead go on his behalf. 


Sadiq Khan said that the Trump's visit would have hampered the peace in London, because of his divisive views which does not represent the view of London, or the UK. Khan in a statement said;

It appears that President Trump got the message from the many Londoners who love and admire America and Americans but find his policies and actions the polar opposite of our city’s values of inclusion, diversity and tolerance.

His visit next month would without doubt have been met by mass peaceful protests. This just reinforces what a mistake it was for Theresa May to rush and extend an invitation of a state visit in the first place. Let’s hope that Donald Trump also revisits the pursuit of his divisive agenda.

Mr Khan and Labour party leader has hinted of protests from their people if Trump makes it to the UK, and when Trump sees that he would not be welcomed to the UK, he bow out of the visit.


Despite media bullying, and all the difficulties to the election, Jeremy Corbyn has been able to lead the Labour party to a strong showing in the last election, and in appreciation, the Labour leader was welcomed with a  standing ovation from members of his party at the house of common in the first parliamentary sitting since the election.

Mr Corbyn was with all smiles on Tuesday as he makes his way to his seat at the parliament, and member of his party gave him a standing ovation.


The snap election called by Theresa May has caused the conservatives to lose their majority sit, and labour riding on its win, making Theresa May ran to the The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

May going to DUP has caused a got a lot of negative reaction because of the party stance on different issues. Former Conservative Prime Minister John Major advised Ms May to avoid a deal with the party, warning the risks of a returned violence in Northern Ireland.

Also, another former Minister, Ed Vaizey, talked about the danger of the alliance with the DUP, he said; 

I come from [the] liberal wing of the Conservative party. I’m not going to support any legislation that I would regard as socially illiberal, or taking this country backwards.


Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for UK prime minister to resign instead of seeking re-election again in the country. The call came after the Theresa May role in cutting police numbers while she was home secretary between 2010 and 2016. 


Jeremy Corbyn during his speech at Carlisle said that Ms May is trying to protect the people on the cheap, while he cut the police of 20,000 and also denied them of needed resources.

UK in recent times had three terror attacks in three months, with the lastest attack killing 7, and injuring another 48 people.

Jeremy Corbyn said the upcoming election would be a great opportunity for the British people to remove the prime minister, and also backs for her to resign.

While speaking to ITV, Jeremy said;

Indeed I would, because there’s been calls made by a lot of very responsible people on this who are very worried that she was at the Home Office for all this time, presided over these cuts in police numbers and is now saying that we have a problem – yes, we do have a problem, we should never have cut the police numbers.

Defending her position at one of her election campaign, Theresa May said;

Cressida Dick has said that the Metropolitan Police are well resourced – and they are, she has said they have very powerful counter-terrorism capabilities – and they do.

We have protected counter-terrorism policing budgets, we have funded an uplift in the number of armed police officers.