A demonstrator from Coryton Refinery protests outside the High Court whilst Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron attends the Leveson Inquiry in London

 
A demonstrator from Coryton Refinery protests outside the High Court whilst Britain
A demonstrator from Coryton Refinery protests outside the High Court whilst Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron attends the Leveson Inquiry in London June 14, 2012. Workers fighting to save their jobs at the bankrupt Coryton refinery in Britain took their fight to Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday, marching to a court where he was giving evidence and chanting "we got sold out". The workers are angered over what they say are plans involving Royal Dutch Shell to turn the refinery into a storage terminal, which would put most of the 900 employees and contractors out of a job. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)