Hundreds of people were still taking in “Mount Recyclemore", erected near Hayle last week, on Sunday.
The sculpture, by Joe Rush, bids to highlight the damage caused by the disposal of electronic devices.
Was this the best barbecue in the world?
As the sun set on Saturday at the G7, master of the barbecue Simon Stallards swung into action with an alfresco feast for the distinguished guests.
But this was no ordinary barbecue on the beach - Simon has made a name for himself with the Hidden Hut beachside cafe at Porthcurnick in Cornwall.
And on the menu for the G7 leaders, guests and their partners was a mouth-watering menu of scallops, crab claws and mackerel with a main course of steak, lobster, chips and purple sprouting broccoli and salt-baked beetroot.
For pudding it was a "Beach Hut Sundae".
All washed down with Cornish sparkling wine, German riesling, Australian shiraz, Cornish beer and Hedge Row Fizz cocktails.
As if that wasn't enough, it was then time for baked brie, hot buttered rum and toasted marshmallows around fire pits.
President Biden having tea with
the Queen has got to be a contender for the the highest ages of two meeting
heads of state. The two of them have a combined age of 173 years. (The Queen at 95 and President Biden at 78)
That’s impressive but it turns
out it’s not even the record for Her Majesty.
On 3 April 2014, the Queen had
lunch with Italian President Giorgio Napolitano.
They had a combined age of 175 years.
That’s the best
we can come up with. Can anyone beat it?
Biden meets Queen at Windsor Castle
The Queen has greeted US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill for the first time at Windsor Castle.
They met on Friday night at the G7 summit - but now they are in the castle's quadrangle.
The US national anthem has been played, followed by a Guard of Honour and then the band played traditional British and American marches.
G7 'completely failed to meet challenges of our times'
Oxfam says the G7 summit in Cornwall "completely failed to meet the challenges of our times".
"Never in the history of the G7 has there been a bigger
gap between their actions and the needs of the world. In the face of these
challenges the G7 have chosen to cook the books on vaccines and continue to
cook the planet," says Max Lawson, head of inequality policy at Oxfam.
In a lengthy list of "failures", the charity singles out Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel as caring "more about protecting the monopolies and patents of
pharmaceutical giants" than protecting millions in poorer nations from the threat of Covid.
"We need all G7 nations to follow the lead of the US,
France and over 100 other nations in backing a waiver on intellectual property."
Oxfam describes the promise of one billion vaccine doses as "a drop in the bucket", adding "but they didn't even manage
The charity calls the G7's pledge on climate change a missed opportunity to make new pledges of climate finance "ahead of landmark climate talks in Glasgow" - at November's COP26.
"We need to see a Herculean effort to cut emissions
further and faster, and to hit the long-overdue target of $100 billion per year
in climate finance," it says.
Festival feeling in St Ives earlier
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Earlier this afternoon there was a festival feel in St Ives.
There was a band, Psychadelephant, playing on a stage set up on the beach in the harbour, with about 30 people dancing along.
Many more were taking a more passive approach and watching from the sand.
The giant globe that was in Falmouth on Saturday made its way here and there were a number of banners that had messages, including “one people one planet” and “Climate emergency - sound the alarm”.
Trudeau pays tribute to Merkel 'friendship'
We've heard from several of the G7 leaders and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also been giving his closing remarks at the end of the summit.
"This pandemic isn't over yet, so through the G7 we are stepping up - again," he says about vaccination commitments, adding that Canada will give 100 million doses as part of the latest drive.
He also speaks about other pledges made at the summit, including climate change and education access.
On Twitter, he says he met with Angela Merkel on the margins of the summit yesterday. Trudeau pays tribute to her "friendship" over the years - with the leader set to leave office in September after more than 15 years as German chancellor.
Coronavirus: The headline pledge was to provide an extra one billion vaccine doses to poorer countries over the next year. They also committed to increasing global manufacturing capacity around the world, improving early warning systems for pandemics and supporting science to cut the time it takes to develop vaccines
Help countries' economies recover: The G7 countries say they will shift from supporting countries' respond to the crisis, to helping them grow and recover with jobs and investment. "This has not been the case with past global crises," says the G7 communique - and this time they want it to be different
Climate change: The leaders committed to a "green reveolution" that would limit the rise in global temperatures to 1.5C. They also promised to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, halve emissions by 2030, and to conserve or protect at least 30% of land and oceans by 2030
Stronger partnerships with other countries: The communique says G7 leaders want to deepen its partnership to a new deal with Africa, by "magnifying support from the International Monetary Fund for countries most in need"
Embrace values of the G7: The communique speaks about the countries' shared values - for example democracy and respect for human rights. And it repeats its aim of getting 40 million more girls into education
How many Covid vaccines are produced in Africa?
French President Emmanuel Macron
said more needs to be done to help poorer countries produce their own Covid
He said that 20% of “the
vaccination need” is in Africa but it only has 1% of the production.
has a population of about 1.3 billion, which is about 17% of the world’s
population, so the 20% figure is not far off.
More than 20 police officers lined the entrance of the G7 media centre to monitor the peaceful protest.
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How much is the UK spending on foreign aid?
Asked about foreign aid, Boris
Johnson said that in spite of the pandemic, “we’re spending £10bn supporting
the poorest and neediest around the world… we’re still the second biggest aid
contributor in the G7”.
1bn dose pledge welcome - but we need clear timeline, says Unicef
Unicef has responded to the pledge by the G7 countries to donate one billion vaccine doses to poorer countries - but says the jabs need to be given sooner.
The charity has already warned, before the G7 summit, that there needs to be a steady supply throughout the year rather than countries donating their leftover doses all at the same time in the autumn and winter.
If that happens, Unicef says, then millions of doses could be wasted as poorer countries won't have the resources to jab everyone before the doses expire.
Boris Johnson didn't specify when exactly the one billion doses - including 100 million from the UK - will be given.
Unicef says it welcomes the pledge but says some dose donations will be available immediately - which it was "particularly pleased" about.
"However, time is still of the
critical essence," says the charity in a statement.
forecasts suggest that G7 countries will have enough vaccine supplies to donate one billion doses by as early as the end of 2021."
The charity calls for a clear plan and timeline of when doses will be available, and a "rapid
acceleration of dose sharing in the next three months".
Does the G7 contribute a fifth of all carbon emissions?
By Chris Morris, Reality Check correspondent
At the end of a summit in which climate change has been a big issue,
Boris Johnson says “the G7 countries account for 20% of global carbon
There are slightly different ways to calculate percentage shares
of emissions - and it's also much more common to see figures cited for all
greenhouse gases and not just carbon dioxide on its own.