SCORES OF giant eyeballs floated across Trafalgar Square in London last month, as Stop Aids Campaign, members of Make Poverty History, launched its latest action, calling on the G8 leaders to commit to universal access to care and treatment by 2010 at the G8 Summit. Stop Aids Campaign is calling on the G8 leaders to support the G8 Finance Ministers commitment at their recent meeting in London, to achieve universal access to treatment by 2010, with a realistic financial package. They are also calling on the G8 leaders to commit to universal access to care by 2010, as treatment without care or basic healthcare systems is ineffective. Holding giant eyeball placards aloft, they created an amazing visual message to Tony Blair, and the rest of the G8 leaders, that the world is watching and waiting for them to take the next step in the fight against HIV/Aids at the G8 summit. The giant eyeballs and telescope will be transported to Edinburgh, where they will take part in the G8 rally on July 2.