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16/11/2009

John Prescott and Ed Milliband respond to the news that the US and China won't have a legally-binding climate change agreement ready for Copenhagen.

Peter Allen and Anita Anand present the latest news reports. John Prescott and Ed Milliband respond to the news that the US and China won't have a legally-binding climate change agreement ready for Copenhagen.

Pat Nevin and Craig Brown react to the breaking news that the Scottish FA has sacked George Burley and Jenny Agutter speaks about the death of her friend Edward Woodward.

3 hours

Last on

Mon 16 Nov 2009 16:00

Chapters

  • Climate change: what's the hold up on an agreement?

    The BBC's Environment Analyst Roger Harrabin discusses why China and the US will not commit to a deal on climate change in Copenhagen this year.

    Duration: 04:15

  • 188 countries still want a deal in Copenhagen

    Charlie Kronick, senior climate advisor at Greenpeace, argues that the vast majority of countries signed up to the convention are still clamouring for an agreement.

    Duration: 01:09

  • "The richest countries ... have to carry the highest burden"

    Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott discusses the urgent need for a global agreement on climate change policy and says "the polluter must pay".

    Duration: 04:19

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