The Telegraph reported that in England:
MPs will debate whether US President Trump should be granted a UK state visit on Feb 20, according to the BBC.
The internet petition quickly smashed the 100,000 signatures needed to be considered for a debate in Parliament, with at one point more than a thousand people signing each minute.
Senior Conservatives joined Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, in calling for the visit to be suspended while Mr Trump’s controversial immigration ban is in place.
What is not widely shared by the main-stream media (MSM) is that the MP leading the discussion on President Trump’s visit, Jeremy Corbyn, is a Muslim supporter. The Guardian reported:
Then there is Corbyn’s apparent proximity to antisemitism. While I genuinely believe that Corbyn does not have an antisemitic bone in his body, he does have a proclivity for sharing platforms with individuals who do; and his excuses for doing so do not stand up.
Take the fact that Corbyn once described it as his “honour and pleasure”to host “our friends” from Hamas and Hezbollah in parliament. According to Corbyn, he extended his invitation to the aforementioned groups – and spoke of them glowingly – because all sides need to be involved in the peace process.
Having MP Corbyn involved in the debate on whether President Trump should visit England is like have radical Islamic terrorists involved in the decision on who the US should allow into the US.
— LEAVE.EU (@LeaveEUOfficial) February 1, 2017