‘Come on Theresa, pull a Love Actually!’ Twitter users urge Prime Minister to channel Hugh Grant and stand up to US President Trump
- Brits are calling on Theresa May to stand up to President Donald Trump during his controversial visit to the UK this week
- Social media users have encouraged her to channel Hugh Grant in Love Actually
- The President has already said he has been made to feel ‘unwelcome’ in the UK
- Thousands are expected to take to the streets to protest his four day sojourn
Brits have called on Theresa May to take a leaf out of Hugh Grant’s book in Love Actually and stand up to President Trump during his visit.
The President has now touched down in the UK and protests are in full swing- with a huge 20ft Donald Trump baby balloon now taking flight in London.
At the same time popular Christmas movie and general feel-good British film Love Actually is trending on Twitter.
The reason is a number of Trump critics are calling on the Prime Minister to make a similar speech to Hugh Grant in Love Actually and stand up to the controversial President.
In the rousing speech Hugh Grant stands up to the US President, played by Billy Bob Thornton, who has just been asked a question at a press conference.
He says: ‘I love that word relationship, it covers all manner of sins doesn’t it?
‘I fear that this has become a bad relationship, a relationship based on the President taking exactly what he wants and casually ignoring all those things that really matter to urm (looks longingly at Natalie) Britain.
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‘We may be a small country but we are a great one too, the country of Shakespeare, Churchill, the Beatles, Sean Connery, Harry Potter, David Beckham’s right foot, David Beckham’s left foot come to that.
‘A friend who bullies us is no longer a friend and since bullies only respond to strength, from now onward I will prepare to be much stronger and the President should be prepared for that.’
The six metre balloon depicting US President Donald Trump over parliament square during his four-day visit to the UK
The film, directed by Richard Curtis, is a firm favourite in the UK and also stars much loved actors Bill Nighy, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth and Emma Thompson.
Social media users will be waiting with baited breathe to see how the Prime Minister responds later today.
The President will also spend time with the Queen during his visit.
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