The G7

“We are living through a very deep crisis of democracy,” Mr Macron told a news conference in Paris ahead of the G7 meeting that he will host in the seaside resort of Biarritz, adding that there was also “a crisis of capitalism” and a “crisis of inequality”.

The G7, which comprises the US, Japan, UK, France, Germany, Italy and Canada, will discuss a series of pressing international issues when its leaders meet at the weekend. They include international trade disputes, the taxing of big tech groups, Iran and the Gulf, Brexit, and the war in Ukraine. Russia was expelled from what was then the G8 after its annexation of Crimea from the Ukraine five years ago.

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