Protests against China's AIDS Premier Visiting UK
Chinese Premier to visit UK 17-19 June 2014
[16 June 2014, UPDATED] Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is due to visit the UK on 17-19 June, during which time he is expected to meet the Queen, Prime Minister Cameron and various business leaders. Take Action: Send a message to David Cameron and urge him to raise Tibet with Premier Li. Join the demonstrations.
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The full schedule of Premier Li's visit is not yet known. However, Li is due to meet David Cameron at Downing Street on Tuesday 17 June. He is also expected to meet the Queen, business leaders and possibly the Speaker of the House of Commons and the Lord Mayor of London. Further details will be added as they become known.
Tuesday 17 June: 9am - 2pm
Protest outside Downing Street
Premier Li is meeting with David Cameron and they will be holding a joint press conference.
Gather opposite Downing Street, on Whitehall SW1A 2AA. Map
Nearest tubes: Westminster or Charing Cross
Tuesday 17 June: From 6pm
Protest outside the Natural History Museum
A banguet is being hosted at the Natural History Museum for 650 Chinese and British politicians, business-people and dignataries, with Premier Li as guest of honour.
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5DB. Map
Nearest tubes: South Kensington
Wednesday 18 June: 10am
Protest outside Mansion House
Premier Li is understood to be attending meeting at Mansion House (opposite the Bank of England).
Mansion House, Walbrook, London EC4N 8BH. Map
Nearest tube: Bank
Wednesday 18 June: 3pm
Protest at Parliament Square
Premier Li is meeting the Speaker of the House.
Parliament Square, Westminster, London SW1P 3JX. Map
Nearest tube: Westminster
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