Donald Trump has said he will visit the UK on the day before Britons go to the polls to decide whether to remain in the European Union.
The presumptive Republican nominee in the US presidential election has said he will come to the country on a whistle-stop tour of his golf resorts in Britain and Ireland.
Trump, a billionaire property mogul-cum-reality TV star, had been due to appear at the relaunch of his Turnberry hotel golf course, in south-west Scotland, on 24 June, the day of the referendum result. But it now appears he will arrive on 22 June and will have moved on to his golf resort in Doonbeg in Ireland by the time polls have closed.
The change in timing raises the question of whether Trump will meet David Cameron, the prime minister, who will be in the midst of campaigning to keep a sceptical British public from voting to leave the EU.