Theresa May blasts Donald Trump for attacking the NHS | Politics | News

After he had enjoyed a traditional Superbowl party on Sunday, Mr Trump tweeted yesterday that “thousands of people” were marching against the NHS because it was “not working”.  This was believed to be a reference to a Save The NHS march on Downing Street on Saturday, demanding an increase in funding.  Mr Trump’s comments sparked a furious backlash in the UK and further strained his relationship with Mrs May.  Last November the Prime Minister reproached the President for retweeting a video from far-right group Britain First and in January the…

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Davos 2018: Donald Trump admits visit to Britain could still go ahead | World | News

Both leaders refused to confirm if the controversial state visit of Mr Trump to the UK will go ahead.  Mrs May and Mr Trump admitted they will “talk about that” during a tense photo call at the World Economic Forum, but neither gave any clues as to when it might take place. Speaking as he met Mrs May in Davos, Mr Trump sought to kill off suggestions of a rift sparked by her rebuke over his retweet of videos posted by a UK far-right group and his decision not to…

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