This is a parody of what is going on inside the building, said Clare Smith, a British of 27 years who has participated in this protest. Remember, remember the Fifth of November sing in the United Kingdom to remind the Guy Fawkes conspiracy and his attempt to fly the Parliament with King James and all the Protestant aristocracy in its interior. Will be recalled on March 2 with songs in honor of a day in which capitalism was refounded? Unlikely. If we think that Fawkes fought with Spanish troops in the Netherlands for what. The London G-20 Summit has begun with an optimistic message from Premier British and host of the event, Gordon Brown, who has ensured that there is a high degree of consensus among the heads of State and Government on how to cope with crisis and global economic recovery. In the run-up to the Summit have been marked two distinct positions: on the one hand, the Franco-German axis, which refuses to inject more public money, and the United States-led and which is followed by United Kingdom, than It seeks to boost the economy with investment to accelerate growth.

Adds that Brown pointed out, that the text that has been circulating already reflects a very high degree of consensus and agreement between all of us, to officially open the first plenary session of the Summit. Flanked by the US President, Barack Obama, and his Minister of economy, Alistair Darling, Brown declared that this is an opportunity for countries jointly seek ways to rebuild our global economy and so they found that global problems need global solutions in his brief opening statement, Brown gave the floor to responsible for multilateral institutions so that they comment the contents of the draft drawn up two weeks ago by the Ministers of economy and finance in what refers to the issue of protectionism, which he described as a shared concern.