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Trump is the 45th president of the United States. He tweeted; "It all begins today."
Bridges not Walls protest group gathered around the Radcliffe Camera in Oxford today in a demonstration for peace not hatred.
The group built a wall of boxes, to mimic the wall Trump suggested he would build, and toppled it down to cheers from the crowd.
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Network Rail has delayed a series of public exhibitions where it planned to reveal how it will improve the look of electrification gantries at the so-called "Goring Gap" an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Oxfordshire.
Local people say they have "ruined the local area" and are demanding they are replaced.
The gantries carry electric wires to power a new fleet of Hitachi trains with bullet style technology.
Public exhibitions were due to start later this month.
The Government owned company say they want to work with the local community to minimise the impact but more design work is needed and it is better to consult when a full range of options are available.
The company say the £5.7 billion project will revolutionise travel with faster journeys and cleaner and greener electric trains.
Protesters join the Bridges not Walls demonstration against Trump in Southampton
Demonstrators gather in Southampton in protest over Donald Trump's inauguration.
Unite Community and The People’s Assembly Against Austerity are hanging banners in a local protest.
Demonstrations are being held across the region against Donald Trump's inauguration as US President.
Protestors are taking to the streets of Southampton, Portsmouth, Reading and Oxford.
More to follow.
A group of peaceful protesters have gathered under the Bridge of Sighs in Oxford to demonstrate ahead of Donald Trumps inauguration.
Oxford Says; Bridges not Walls dropped its banner over the historical bridge at 830am this morning.
They are one of many protest groups around the country that hope to send a message.
More are expected to join them at 1pm at Radcliffe Square, to build and topple a cardboard wall and to celebrate the diverse communities of Oxford.
"This protest gives us a chance to really stand-up to the far right. We don't want anyone to be at risk of oppression. We hope to bring community groups together."