In January 2009, Vox launched the Global Crisis Debate in partnership with the UK government’s own website devoted to what is sometimes called the G20 Summit that they are hosting on 2 April. The UK government is currently in the process of crafting the agenda for that summit – to be known as the London Summit. The partnership with Vox is helping them broaden the catchment area for economic thinking on the crisis beyond the usual suspects that dominate the main Western media outlets, the Financial Times, Economist magazine, and other major national papers. One of the contributions to Vox’s Global Crisis Debate is featured every day on the front page of UK government’s site www.LondonSummit.gov.uk. (see "Time to join the debate" link). See G20 website.