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G8 Climate Change Conference

Asked what the Prime Minister hoped to accomplish, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had set some of his objectives out in his Observer article yesterday. His goal was a consensus about how we moved beyond Kyoto. How we involved not just the US, but India and China also, in agreeing how to develop sustainable energy supplies. That was the key objective. We made a lot of progress in Gleneagles where we brought in India, China and developing countries. It was about turning that progress from a concept into a reality and about exchanging energy technology.

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  1. Bullshit. The fact that Bliar is so firmly in the pockets of the Neocons in Washington quite adequately illustrates his commitment to corporate profit at the expense of all else. To claim otherwise is typical of the Bliar’s total disregard for the truth. Just like at G8; lots of empty talk from a "man" who knows nothing else.

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 31 Oct 2005 on 6:39 pm | Link

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