Labour leader Ed Miliband will say today that the G20 summit in Mexico made "no progress" on Europe or global employment and growth, during a speech at the consumer group Which? awards.
This G20 summit should have marked a decisive shift towards jobs and growth, which is vital if we are to get deficits down.
Unfortunately this has not happened because too many governments, our own included, seem to think more of the same is the answer.
The result is a summit that appears to offer no progress for Europe and no global plan for jobs and growth. It is a summit of division when the world needs unity. And a summit of inaction when people, in Britain and across the world, are crying out for action.
Fear surrounding the eurozone have left many business owners unsure of how it will impact on the economy and their livelihoods.
World leaders are piling on the pressure to encourage Europe to take ambitious steps to resolve its debt crisis.
David Cameron will tell delegates that world leaders need to tackle the 'five greatest threats facing the global economy'.