US President Donald Trump is to visit the UK on July 13 and hold bilateral talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain’s ambassador to the US has said.
Trump is expected to attend a Nato summit in Brussels on July 11 and 12 before making the trip across the channel.
The announcement follows months of negotiations.
Prime Minister Theresa May had invited Trump to the UK for a full state visit when she met him in January last year, shortly after his inauguration.
But mass public opposition led to any potential visit being downgraded.
MPs also vowed not to give him the chance to address parliament.
Trump’s visit to the UK is likely to be met with mass protests, which were the reason behind his cancellation of a scheduled appearance to open the new US embassy in London in January.
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