Theresa May has condemned racism after white supremacists took to the streets of Charlottesville in the US yesterday.
Neo-Nazi protests ended in violence after a car ran into anti-racist activists, killing one woman and injuring several more.
Donald Trump has faced fierce criticism for not directly speaking out against the white supremacist protesters of the "Unite the Right" rally.
Commentators have said his response to the protesters was telling for a US President who often makes targeted attacks against those his disagrees with on Twitter.
Instead, Trump condemned hate "on many sides" and tweeted:
Condolences to the family of the young woman killed today, and best regards to all of those injured, in Charlottesville, Virginia. So sad!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 12, 2017
This morning, the UK Prime Minister took a different approach, saying in a statement: "Our thoughts and prayers are with #Charlottesville. The UK stands with the US against racism, hatred and violence."
Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, waded into the debate this afternoon, and took a more open stand against the protesters than her father, tweeting:
1:2 There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis.— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) August 13, 2017