An Extinction Rebellion protest has gained momentum this morning in St Ives.It is estimated a few hundred protesters have gathered in the field above the town's leisure centre.The protesters plan to march into the town centre.Penny Kent, who has traveled from Stroud to take part in the protest, says she is worried for her grandchildren's future.She queued to get to the protest site from her accommodation between St Ives and Falmouth.She tells the BBC she wants action from the G7 leaders "immediately".It is estimated a few hundred people have turned up to protest It is estimated a few hundred people have turned up to protest.
The G7 summit is taking place in the resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall, in the south-west of England
The G7 (Group of Seven) is an organisation made up of the world's seven largest so-called advanced economies
Global coronavirus vaccinations and climate change are due to be the focus of the summit between the leaders of the seven nations
The UK has announced it will donate at least 100 million surplus coronavirus vaccine doses within the next year
Seven people have been arrested after two vehicles were stopped and searched about three miles from the summit venue
US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson had their first face-to-face meeting yesterday
Johnson says the talks were "terrific" and says the US-UK alliance should be called the "indestructible relationship"
Most of the discussions over the three days will take place behind closed doors
More than 5,000 extra police officers - on top of 1,500 from Devon and Cornwall - will be working around the summit
Boris Johnson’s decision to fly to the G7 summit has raised questions over whether it was the most environmentally friendly way of travelling there.So what was the carbon cost of his flight and could he have got to Cornwall in a greener way?Reality Check has been looking at the different ways he could have made the journey and estimated the contribution each would have made to carbon emissions. ( BBC)