Prime Minister Theresa May will meet President Donald Trump this week, a White House official has confirmed.
It comes after Mrs May congratulated Mr Trump on taking office as US president - and said she looked forward to meeting him in Washington.
Speaking after the inauguration, Mrs May said: "From our conversations to date, I know we are both committed to advancing the special relationship between our two countries and working together for the prosperity and security of people on both sides of the Atlantic.
"I look forward to discussing these issues and more when we meet in Washington."
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