What the papers say – June 4

Key moments from day one of US president Donald Trump’s state visit – and what lays ahead – leads most of Tuesday’s papers.

The Queen and her guest were all smiles during a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, although The Times says the president faces a “confrontational” meeting with Theresa May today.

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Plans for private talks between the leaders have been scrapped, the i reports.

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Meanwhile Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will lead a demonstration against Mr Trump in London, the Daily Telegraph reports.

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The Daily Mirror says around 250,000 protesters are expected at the rally.

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Mr Corbyn snubbed the state banquet, despite having attended a similar event to honour Chinese president Xi Jinping, the Daily Mail says.

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Mr Trump stirred up controversy as he arrived in London on Monday morning by launching a Twitter attack against London mayor Sadiq Khan, The Guardian reports.

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The Daily Express takes a Brexit angle in its report of the day’s events.

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And the Metro’s front page is filled with an image of Mr Trump, First Lady Melania and the Queen.

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A similar images graces the front of The Sun, although the paper leads with a report on George Michael’s will.

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And the Financial Times reports on tough times for one of the UK’s leading fund managers.

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