Anti-Trump Women’s march on London – US Embassy and Trafalgar Square – 21 January 2017

Following the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the USA a number of protests were held around the World in relation to some of his alleged views. In London a Women’s march on London gathered outside the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square before heading to a rally in Trafalgar Square. An estimated 100,000 people joined in the London march, with figures into the millions worldwide.


Anti-Trump rally outside US Embassy -London – 20 January 2017

Timed to coincide with the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the USA, a number of protests were held around the World. Amongst those was one outside the US Embassy in London rallying against alleged racist, homophobic and sexist remarks made by Trump.


Farnborough International Airshow Day 1 – 11 July 2016

The Farnborough International Airshow was opened by a flypast by the RAF’s display team the Red Arrows with a brand new F-35 – the RAF’s next generation jet fighter. The event saw billions of dollars worth of business orders announced, with hot competition between Boeing and Airbus in the airliner market, as well as other civil and military aviation companies from around the world. The weather was overcast with patchy drizzle, and was hit by a torrential rainstorm after just a few display aircraft had flown. The showground flooded in places and some water even entered the trade halls leading to the power being shut down and the buildings evacuated. Eventually the whole show day was cancelled with all visitors asked to leave for their own safety. Only the Airbus A380, A350 and A400M had managed to display before the storm hit.


London’s New Year’s Day Parade – London – 1 January 2017

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