1. Women dressed up as actors from "The Handmaid's Tale"
2. Close up of sign reading (English) "The Handmaid's Tale is not an instruction manual"
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jessica Branch, protester:
"Just that every day - it's supposed to be fiction, it was written 20 years ago, it's supposed to be a fiction book and every day it feels closer to our reality because of (US President Donald) Trump and the way he's peeling back the rights of women and our rights to choose what we want to do with our own bodies."
4. Banner reading (English) "Trump o Calypse No"
5. Various of man holding banner showing Trump as the strong man next to a weak Britain
6. American flag with "American Fascists" written on it
7. Banner with Trump embracing Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Brexit party, with the words reading (English): "I love you more than chlorinated Chicken", pull out to wide shot of protester Tim Brassey
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Tim Brassey, protester:
"Basically if you object to Trump you should also object to Brexit, the motivations behind Brexit for Trump, particularly, is basically getting his hands on the NHS for private health care companies in the US, and to lower food standards so we end up with chlorinated chicken and lower food standards. So we have to decide - do we want to be a part of Europe, with higher food standards and more equality or part of the colony of the USA."
9. Woman holding banner reading "Get your hands off our NHS, Mr. Trump"
10. Various of silent protest of the environmental group the Red Rebel Brigade
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Doug Francisco, from environmental group Red Rebel Brigade:
"We believe in the power of performance protest so we're here to call attention to the critical state of the environment and these costumes represent the blood of all species, the common blood that we all share with all living things."
(Reporter: And why are you here?)
"We're here today to draw attention to the climate, and protest for the environment and because Donald Trump is such an anti-environmental president."
12. Various of woman dressed as the Statue of Liberty with sign saying "No Iran War."
13. Sign reading (English) "No more Tea for Trump but he's welcome to a milkshake"
14. Various of badges on display on "The roving anti-Trump bandwagon"
Thousands of protesters greeted President Donald Trump's UK visit with anger and British irony Tuesday, crowding London's government district while the US leader met Prime Minister Theresa May nearby.
Feminists, environmentalists, peace activists, trade unionists and others demonstrated against the lavish royal welcome being given to a president they see as a danger to the world.
"Basically if you object to Trump you should also object to Brexit," said protester Tim Brassey, carrying a sign showing Trump embracing UK Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage with the words: "I love you more than chlorinated Chicken."
"We have to decide - do we want to be a part of Europe, with higher food standards and more equality or part of the colony of the USA," said Brassey.
Trump said Britain and the US would be able to strike a "phenomenal trade deal" once the U.K. had left the EU - music to the ears of pro-Brexit Britons.
But, in words sure to alarm those in Britain concerned about Brexit, he said that "everything"- including the National Health Service - would be "on the table" in future trade negotiations.
Most Britons are protective of the state-run NHS, which delivers free health care to all, and many worry private US health care firms could try to gain access to chunks of it as a condition of a trade deal
The day of protests began with the flying of a giant blimp depicting the president as an angry orange baby, which rose from the grass of central London's Parliament Square.
One group came dressed in the red cloaks and bonnets of characters from Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale," which is set in a dystopian, misogynist future America.
Demonstrators filled Trafalgar Square and spilled down Whitehall, a street lined with imposing government offices, before marching half a mile to Parliament.
Police erected barricades to stop protesters marching past the gates of Downing St., though the shouts and chants could be heard as Trump met May for talks inside the prime minister's official residence.