A TWEET from the CBI , retweeted by G7 UK, the official account of the 2021 UK Presidency of the G7, raised a few eyebrows earlier this morning.

Posted to highlight the G7 summit in Cornwall, taking place from June 11-13, the picture used was clearly of Dorset's Durdle Door.

It was quickly replaced but not after a number of people commented on the slip up.

One Twitter user posted a screenshot highlighting of the 174-mile distance between Durdle Door and Carbis Bay, where the actual summit is set to take place.

He added: "You almost got it lads."

One of the responses to the slip up

One of the responses to the slip up

Another said: "It is almost like they don't even know their own country. Or be bothered to check the detail."

The UK, US, Germany, France, Canada, Italy and Japan make up the G7, and leaders from Australia, India, South Korea and the EU will also attend.

Lets hope they turn up in the right county.