In today’s Telegraph, Kirsty McNeill, LCID Advisory Board Co-Chair, contrasts the Cameron’s weak efforts at this year’s G8 with the achievements of Blair and Brown at previous summits:
Since the UK last hosted the G8 in 2005, the keys to Downing Street have changed hands twice – once to an occupant who was in his element hammering out technically complex global deals; and once to a man who seems to find the whole summit circuit a bit of a yawn
Cameron has not been able to drive forward a global deal on tax because he left putting his own house
in order until Saturday – far too late to get other countries to fall in line.
Read the full article here