- Video report by ITV News Political Editor, Robert Peston
Anger with the UK's decision to hold a state visit for America's new president Donald Trump has sparked protests across the country including Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and just outside Downing Street.
The foreign secretary, facing questions in the House of Commons over Trump's controversial ban, said the move was "divisive" but insisted the government would continue to engage with the president.
UK nationals born abroad and dual nationals travelling from Britain are not affected by the ban and there will be similar exemptions for those from New Zealand, Australia and Canada.
But others are in limbo and stranded at airports.
ITV News has travelled to Michigan, which has a large Muslim population, and spoke to residents about the divisive visa crackdown.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets across the UK to protest against Donald Trump's travel ban.
A few tidbits about the row over Trump's selective ban on who can enter the US, and the related furore over his planned visit to the UK.