Protesting the G8 Summit

Different groups protest as leaders from around the world meet for the annual G8 Summit.

G8 Protesters break through an outer fence during a protest near the G8 summit in Loch Erne, Enniskillen.
G8 Summit
G8 Protesters break through an outer fence during a protest near the G8 summit in Loch Erne, Enniskillen.
G8 Protesters break through an outer fence during a protest near the G8 summit in Loch Erne, Enniskillen.
G8 Summit
G8 Protesters break through an outer fence during a protest near the G8 summit in Loch Erne, Enniskillen.
G8 Protesters break through an outer fence during a protest near the G8 summit in Loch Erne, Enniskillen.
G8 Summit
G8 Protesters break through an outer fence during a protest near the G8 summit in Loch Erne, Enniskillen.
 EDITORIAL USE ONLYLuke Harman (left) and Mark Webber, dressed as 'fat-cats', sit on The Isle of Shady, a pop-up tax haven set up by Enough Food for Everyone IF campaigners, sits on the South Bank of the river Thames at Gabriel's Wharf in London ahead of the Open for Growth: Tax, Trade and Transparency event on 15th June and the G8 summit. PRESS ASSOCIATION Picture date: Friday June 14, 2013. Enough Food for Everyone IF is a coalition of more than 200 organisations working together to ensure that governments tackle causes of the global hunger crisis in the year that the UK Government hosts the G8 leaders. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire
IF protest
EDITORIAL USE ONLYLuke Harman (left) and Mark Webber, dressed as 'fat-cats', sit on The Isle of Shady, a pop-up tax haven set up by Enough Food for Everyone IF campaigners, sits on the South Bank of the river Thames at Gabriel's Wharf in London ahead of the Open for Growth: Tax, Trade and Transparency event on 15th June and the G8 summit. PRESS ASSOCIATION Picture date: Friday June 14, 2013. Enough Food for Everyone IF is a coalition of more than 200 organisations working together to ensure that governments tackle causes of the global hunger crisis in the year that the UK Government hosts the G8 leaders. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire
 EDITORIAL USE ONLYLuke Harman (left) and Mark Webber, dressed as bankers, sit on The Isle of Shady, a pop-up tax haven set up by Enough Food for Everyone IF campaigners, sits on the South Bank of the river Thames at Gabriel's Wharf in London ahead of the Open for Growth: Tax, Trade and Transparency event on 15th June and the G8 summit. PRESS ASSOCIATION Picture date: Friday June 14, 2013. Enough Food for Everyone IF is a coalition of more than 200 organisations working together to ensure that governments tackle causes of the global hunger crisis in the year that the UK Government hosts the G8 leaders. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire
IF protest
EDITORIAL USE ONLYLuke Harman (left) and Mark Webber, dressed as bankers, sit on The Isle of Shady, a pop-up tax haven set up by Enough Food for Everyone IF campaigners, sits on the South Bank of the river Thames at Gabriel's Wharf in London ahead of the Open for Growth: Tax, Trade and Transparency event on 15th June and the G8 summit. PRESS ASSOCIATION Picture date: Friday June 14, 2013. Enough Food for Everyone IF is a coalition of more than 200 organisations working together to ensure that governments tackle causes of the global hunger crisis in the year that the UK Government hosts the G8 leaders. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Protesters console each other after being led from a building they had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Protests Are Held In Advance Of The G8 Summit Taking Place In Northern Ireland Next Week
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Protesters console each other after being led from a building they had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Protesters relax after being led from a building they had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Protests Are Held In Advance Of The G8 Summit Taking Place In Northern Ireland Next Week
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Protesters relax after being led from a building they had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: An activist is led from a building she had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Protests Are Held In Advance Of The G8 Summit Taking Place In Northern Ireland Next Week
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: An activist is led from a building she had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Protesters are led from a building they had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Protests Are Held In Advance Of The G8 Summit Taking Place In Northern Ireland Next Week
LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Protesters are led from a building they had been occupying on Beak Street in Soho, as part of a protest ahead of next week's G8 summit in Northern Ireland on June 11, 2013 in London, England. Next week will see Enniskillen in Northern Ireland host the two day G8 summit where international leaders including Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama take part in the two day event. The chosen location is only 8 kilometers from the scene of one of Northern Ireland's worst killings back in 1987, however Cameron is confident that it's secluded location will deter any potential trouble. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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