Chancellor Angela Merkel and Prime Minister David Cameron have clashed this afternoon in Berlin over the Euro Zone crisis.
The British Prime Minister, arrived in Berlin for an urgent meeting to urge Angela Merkel to quickly sort out the Euro Zone Crisis.
The crisis has been ongoing since 2010.
It has been decided that today was E-Day. (E for Euro Day)
The British Leader confirmed that he has waited two years, whilst economies were crumbling around Europe, that today must be the day to go to Germany, to urge Merkel, that action has to be taken as a matter of urgency.
Some critics have stated that it was urgent, in 2008, but it was not British to hurry people up.
A Former advisor to Mr Cameron, Mr Andrew Coulson said from his Lawyers Office "I told David in 2009 that we really should go to Germany and speak to Angela Merkel to urge action. I don't know how many people have lost their jobs around Europe. I mean all those poor Spanish and Greek people who have been ripping British tourists off for years now, and are getting their houses repossessed, and claiming for bankruptcy. None of this could be avoided. However it is now urgent."
A spokesman for the German Goverment said "Achtung will be taken. It doesn't matter how urgent it is, we will take achtung as a matter of urgency. Thank - You."
It is alleged that the reason that there was a delay of one hour, because Mr Cameron decided to put an urgent claim in to the Luftwaffe for bombing his grandmothers award winning chip shop during the Second World War, that was never rebuilt. A former customer of Mr Cameron's Grandmothers chip shop stated "It got bombed, then nobody bothered to rebuild it. Pure procrastination in my book."