US President Donald Trump has told how he and the Queen know each other “so well” after his state visit to the UK.
President Donald Trump has defended his environmental record as he was pressed on criticism levelled by his Irish counterpart.
After landmark tours from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, meetings and dinners and a trademark surge in Twitter activity, US President Donald Trump travelled to Ireland on Wednesday afternoon as his state visit to the UK comes to its conclusion.
Ministers have insisted the NHS will never be “up for sale” after President Donald Trump appeared to backtrack on an earlier demand that it would have to form part of any trade deal with the United States.
Donald Trump has completed his state visit to the UK after attending a ceremony in Portsmouth to pay tribute to those who fought in Operation Overlord – the codename for the Battle of Normandy – 75 years ago.
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove has disclosed his expected meeting with US President Donald Trump on Wednesday did not go ahead.
The Queen has been joined by Prime Minister Theresa May, US president Donald Trump and German chancellor Angela Merkel alongside 300 veterans in Portsmouth for a ceremony ahead of Thursday’s anniversary of 75 years since the D-Day landings.
Donald Trump has rowed back on his suggestion that access for US firms to the NHS must be part of talks for a post-Brexit trade deal.
Embarking on the second day of his state visit to the UK, US President Donald Trump met with Prime Minister Theresa May for talks and a joint press conference.
The Prince of Wales enjoyed a European menu served alongside American wine as Donald Trump hosted a dinner in his honour.
US President Donald Trump has held a meeting with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage during his state visit to the UK.