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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Images of British Prime Minister Theresa May and U.S. President Donald Trump are displayed at a pro-migrant rally at London's Parliament Square on February 20, 2017.(Photo: Public domain/flickr/cc)
U.K. officials denounce "unhelpful" speculation as U.S. president demands "nasty" response to Friday morning Tube blast
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'Not One Day More' march at Parliament Square on July 1, 2017 in London, England.
Jeremy Corbyn: "This is the age of imagination, this is the age in which we...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"People should be held to account," said Labour MP David Lammy

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Lest we forget, amidst the post-Brexit chaos and hate crimes there is this: Protests, flashmobs, media campaigns, petitions to revote, widespread assertions of our common humanity, and this fabulous selfie of London Mayor Sadiq Khan breaking Ramadan fast with Christians, Jews, Sikhs, young people all insisting, Yes, we can live like this. One U.K. pol on Brexit: "This isn’t taking our country back, this is turning Britain into a place we have never, ever been."