In just three months, US President Joe Biden, French premier Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will descend on Cornwall for the G7 summit hosted by Boris Johnson . The world’s most powerful leaders will be in the duchy to thrash out plans to tackle climate change and plot their fightback from the coronavirus crisis. Their private planes are expected to touch down at Newquay Airport – the former RAF St Mawgan base – and they will be whisked to the splendid isolation of the Carbis Bay Hotel, surrounded by steel and police on one side and the North Atlantic on the other. Announcing the location in January, the Prime Minister said: "Cornwall is the perfect location for such a crucial summit. "Two hundred years ago Cornwall's tin and copper mines were at the heart of the UK's Industrial Revolution and this summer Cornwall will again be the nucleus of great global change and advancement. "I'm very much looking forward to welcoming world leaders to this great region and country." What is your view? Have your say in the comment section Yet just a few miles from the heavily-protected, five-star luxury, some of the poorest families in Britain are… Read full this story
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