Donald Trump has arrived in the UK – he touched down at Stansted Airport this afternoon.
The divisive US President will stay overnight at the official residence of US Ambassador Woody Johnson, before travelling to Chequers for crunch talks with Theresa May tomorrow morning.
He’s set to travel across the UK during his four-day visit, and it’s expected that he’ll be met with protests at every location.
Here’s everything you need to know about being a part of them.
Fully aware of hostilities, Trump will largely steer clear of London – only staying in the capital for one night.
But from the minute he arrives in Regent’s Park tonight, he’ll be met with immediate protests outside at 5.30PM.
The backlash will continue tomorrow, when a much-discussed blimp that sees the US President depicted as an angry nappy-clad baby will fly in the skies.
If you’re hoping to see it, the blimp will fly above Parliament Square between 9am-11am tomorrow after receiving the green light from the Greater London Authority last week.
Meanwhile, The main ‘Stop Trump’ protest will take place outside the BBC building in Portland Place on Friday at 2pm. A staggering 50,000 people are expected to show up before marching to Parliament Square.
After landing at Stansted Airport, Trump will head to Blenheim Palace for an official banquet with Theresa May and 100 other guests.
The Oxford branch of Stand Up To Racism plans to protest his visit from 5.30PM this afternoon.
You can find out more here.
It’s expected that Trump will visit one of his own golf resorts in either Balmedie or Turnberry.
What about the rest of the UK?
As mentioned, there’s a huge list of protests meeting Trump at every turn.
It’s extremely likely that there will be some resistance near you – you can find the entire list of events here.