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The G20 Summit, London live webcam views on Thursday 2nd April 2009

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

The Political leaders of the Group of 20, or G20, the world’s most powerful countries meet in London on Thursday 2nd April 2009 – and top of their agenda will be the current global economic crisis.

Because of the London G20 Summit, the police security levels have been dramatically increased throughout London as campaign groups and protesters are planning protest marches and demonstrations in a number of central London locations to coincide with the G20 Summit 2009 in London, England.  Disrupting London businesses, people, commuters, tourists and potentially causing traffic chaos in many areas of the UK’s capital city.

Check out our London webcamsHERE – Get live London webcam views in the centre of London that might be disrupted on Thursday 2md April because of the G20 demonstrations and protests.

Trafalgar Square is one of the main areas in London where demonstrations and protest marches are normally held in London.  View our Trafalgar Square webcamHERE – View our live streaming London video web cam overlooking Trafalgar Square HERE.

To view a large selection of webcams around London, including live London traffic cams around the main traffic spots in London, check out our selection of live London camsHERE

For live London G20 Summit info check out the BBC London G20 Summit websiteHERE

For more detailed info about the G20 London 2009 Summit, including live G20 Summit news updates about the progress with the important Global economic decisions between the Group of 20 world leaders – visit G20 Summit live infoHERE

Let’s hope the G20 political leaders can work together as a `World team` and help people all over the globe to improve the current global economic crisis for the ordinary people around the world.

Hopefully the thousands of police officers in the London Metropolitan Police force, and police officers from five other police forces in England, will not be required to `take direct action` to defend democracy, should any demonstrators or protesters decide to try and take the law into their hands.

Good luck to all the world leaders on the G20 Summit to sit down on Thursday 20th April 2009 and make world history by working together on so many important issues that are affecting so many people around the world and take their own `direct action` as a G20 group of world leaders.

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