There is a Deal in Copenhagen

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UPDATE: Ignore this

It’s sure to be derided as inadequate – it’s sure to BE inadequate if you were hoping for something that would actually solve the problem – but there are some great financing elements, and there will be more to come ….

One thing for sure: President Obama passed through the press conference room – a secure route to the building exit – and said something that sounded like, “It’s time to go home.” He also shook hands with the incredibly cute young Danish  women who have been working in the media centre, setting off a series of whoops and screams.

Then he turned up, a disembodied voice on a Whitehouse feed, having a cosy press conference with the Whitehouse press corps, declaring that a deal is in hand and that it will get us moving in the right direction. If Canada just stopped moving in the WRONG direction, that would be progress.

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