Thursday April 2, 2020

Carnival of chaos outside, a world of chaos within

The G-20 Summit will attract hordes of organised radical protestors, but have the leaders of the 20 richest countries organised an answer to financial meltdown?

28th March, 2009

The advice is already being dished out to the people of London. Be patient next Thursday, they’re being told, and the city’s bankers are even being advised ‘‘to dress down’’. The streets of London clearly will not be for the fainthearted on the day of the G-20 summit.

The event is now threatening to attract an extraordinary combination of protestors as well, of course, as the leaders...

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