48 hours in Lough Erne, Northern Ireland produce £60m bill to the taxpayer; 1,000 policemen deployed per delegate tinyurl.com/mhfxm7d #G8— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) June 22, 2013
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Tagged as G8, G8 summits, Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, public debt, tax avoidance, top 0.0001%, top 1%, United Kingdom
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