A Welsh MP's won an assurance that President Trump will not be invited to address parliament during his state visit to Britain.
Labour's Stephen Doughty raised his objections with the Speaker in the House of Commons earlier today.
John Bercow backed the comments which were supported with an applause from MPs.
Speaking to ITV following the assurance, Mr Doughty said he was pleased the speaker had spoken up.
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Protesters are gathering in Cardiff city centre ahead of a march against Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on refugees and immigrants from seven mainly-Muslim countries.
Hundreds of people are expected to march through the city streets this evening, as protests take place across the UK.
Organiser Ash Cox told ITV News that the march aimed to show solidarity with refugees and immigrants worldwide and in Cardiff.