Sun 15 March 2009, Scotland on Sunday

The meetings of G20 leaders in the UK this weekend and next month are shaping up to be the last chance for the richest nations to save the global economy

By Nathalie Thomas
THE South Lodge Hotel in the sleepy hamlet of Lower Beeding, West Sussex, is no stranger to celebrity. Its neo-Jacobean architecture and enviable views of the South Downs frequently drew Sir Winston Churchill from London and it is so popular with the diminutive comedian Ronnie Corbett that the owners have even named a suite after him.
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