The US ambassador to the UK, Woody Johnson, has confirmed to the BBC that US President Donald Trump intends to visit the UK next year, despite recent contentions with British Prime Minister Theresa May over the far-right UK hate group, Britain First. Johnson said that since May was “the first official foreign leader to visit” the President in the White House in January after he was inaugurated.

Now, UK political officials are weighing in

Stella Creasy, the Labour Party MP for Walthamstow, has said that Brits should peacefully protest Trump’s state visit when it happens (supposedly early next year), for the sake of the country’s dignity and self-respect.

Creasy said that by “promoting” the posts of Britain First, the US President has “undermined [the UK’s] democratic process” of dealing with issues of terror and other such problems.

Creasy is also annoyed that Trump “did not listen to our Prime Minister,” worrying for what would come next if he did visit the UK. She’s also irritated that Martha Stewart wasn’t allowed to visit the UK, because it “would not be conducive to the public good,” and yet the Muslim-banning, p*ssy-grabbing President of the United States is welcomed right in. However, Sir Christopher Meyer, who used to be the UK ambassador to Washington, has said that all Americans – even those who didn’t vote for The Donald – would be offended if the UK withdrew its invitation.