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Donald Trump's UK visit cost nearly £18m to police

BBC Local News Thursday, 11 October 2018
Donald Trump's UK visit cost nearly £18m to policeBBC Local News: Edinburgh and East Scotland -- The US president's controversial visit prompted large protests in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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Police estimate that US President Donald Trump's visit to the UK in July cost police around £18 million. After being delayed several times, Trump's controversial four-day visit encountered large protests in London and throughout the country. CNN reports organizers estimated that 250,000 people took...

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