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Sky News is reporting that a whole host of businesses will have a meeting with Donald Trump during the US President's trip to Britain next week.
Barclays, GlaxoSmithKline, BAE Systems and Reckitt Benckiser are among those who will sit down for a chin-wag with Mr Trump next Tuesday.
Emma Walmsley, boss of GSK (pictured) and Barclays chief executive Jes Staley will attend the meeting, according to Sky News.
The set-piece speeches are over at the Barclays AGM. Now shareholders are getting their chance to put their questions to the board.
It is the last AGM chaired by John McFarlane. Sir Ian Cheshire, a non-executive director who chaired Debenhams, is also facing criticism.
Barclays' chief executive Jes Staley has resumed his speech, which was interrupted by climate change protesters shouting "tell the truth".
Campaigners from student activist network People & Planet waved banners reading 'Fossil Banks-No Thanks' outside the Barclays' AGM.
That's according to Reuters which says several protesters were dragged away from the venue at the QEII conference centre in Westminster by police and security staff.