Protests are planned ahead of a Buckingham Palace reception to celebrate 70 years of NATO which the US president Donald Trump is due to attend.
Trump has touched down in the UK on Air Force one ahead of a two-day NATO summit that will see members at loggerheads with each other.
Trump will join other NATO leaders in London today as the world’s biggest military alliance celebrates its 70th birthday.
The summit will include receptions at both Buckingham Palace and Downing Street and a working session at a golf resort in outer London.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to play peacemaker by breaking off from the election campaign trail for this year’s summit as many leaders are currently at. a loggerhead stand off over arguments over military spending and NATO’s purpose in the air.