United Kingdom: Government Responds to Online Petition to Ban Donald Trump From Nation:
Donald Trump isn’t being officially barred by the United Kingdom from entering its edges — at least not yet.
The British government on Wednesday offered a pointedly inconclusive answer to an on-line citizens’ request requesting that Trump be prohibited from the country.
“She’ll continue to make use of the powers accessible to prevent from entering the UK those who seek to damage our society and who don’t share our fundamental values.”
It goes on to remember remarks made by PM David Cameron, who, in talking to Parliament after Trump established his suggestion to stop the immigration of Muslims in the U.S., called the billionaire “dumb” and “three times a loser.”
“The Prime Minister has made clear that he totally disagrees with Donald Trump’s comments,” the statement said. We reject any efforts to make division and marginalisation amongst those we endeavour to shield.”
Filed on December 8, the move to officially bar Trump from getting into the nation mentions his use of “hate language” and requests the state “to continue using the ‘unacceptable behavior’ standards to individuals wishing to enter.”
The request 500,000 on December 11. past immediately surpassed the 100,000 signature mark and raced Entering it stands at 566,256 — growing.