José Manuel Barroso is in battling mood at the slugfest, we are told. "We have come here to fight for an ambitious outcome," he says - seeming to imply that others have not. "We should not be seen making the traditional diplomatic negotiations," he says. "These negotiations are a test for global responsibility." It's a test we appear to have failed, says The Times.
Meanwhile, Gerald Warner says, "The pseudo-science of global warming is a global laughing stock and Copenhagen is a farce. In the warmist camp the Main Man is a railway engineer with huge investments in the carbon industry."
Just another dreary day at the office, it seems.