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This is BBC World News Today with me Tim Willcox. The birth of a new

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Europe? The UK refuses to sign a new EU treaty to tackle the

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Eurozone crisis. With the other 26 members either prepared or close to

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signing up, David Cameron says it's not in Britain's national interest.

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So what now for the UK in the EU? We were offered a treaty that

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didn't have proper safeguards for Britain and I decided it was not

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right to sign that treaty. That was the decision I took. Everybody knew

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that we are talking about something very important, very important

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decisions. We regretted that Great Britain is not able to go along the

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same path. Congo braces for violence as the

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opposition candidate rejects the presidential election results

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saying he's the rightful winner. A rare sign of confidence in the hope

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for peace in Somalia with a visit from the UN Secretary General. Also

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coming up in the programme: Feeling the heat: protesters dominate the

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final day of the climate change conference in Durban. How one woman

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overcame a lifetime of obstacles to become an artistic sensation - we

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meet Iraqi Kurdistan's Lady Of Hello and welcome. He says it's in

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Britain's national interest, but David Cameron's refusal to sign a

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pact to stabilise the euro has not made him a popular man in Europe.

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As 26 of the EU's other members agreed in principle to the deal,

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the British prime minister said it would compromise the UK's

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sovereignty by ceding some budgetary powers to Brussels.

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Britain's relationship with the European Union, he conceded, has

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changed. The BBC's Europe Editor, Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

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This was a summit when the you changed, a summit full of tension.

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The French President's was chipper, the British Prime Minister managing

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a clenched smile as Britain's relationship with Europe changed

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too. France and Germany wanted to amend the treaty is to impose

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tougher discipline on budgets, but needed British agreement but the

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Prime Minister wanted safeguards in return. The arguments continued

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until 4 am. Good morning, sorry for keeping you up. I said before

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coming to Brussels that if I could not get adequate safeguards for

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Britain in a new European treaty, I would not agree. What is on offer

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is not in Britain's interests so I did not agree. Cameron wanted to

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protect the UK's financial services sector but the French and Germans

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were in no mood to make concessions. David Cameron asked for something

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we thought was unacceptable. To exempt the UK from regulations on

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financial-services which we think a large part of the problem comes

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from the deregulation of financial services. So the idea of treaty

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change was effectively sunk by a British veto. Before the leaders

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headed off for two hours' sleep, they made it clear if they could

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not get changed the eurozone countries would go it alone with a

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deal of their own. Gradually it was clear how isolated Britain had

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become. For most of the other countries not in the eurozone, they

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indicated they might sign up. Increasingly it appeared as if it

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might end up with Britain on one side and 26 other countries on the

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other. So what have these eurozone countries signed up to? Greater

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European control on tax and spending, national budgets will be

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viewed at European level first, sanctions for those who overspend

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like Greece and Italy, these countries will meet monthly,

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Britain will be excluded. Daybreak after a marathon a night, the

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leaders returns to the summit and Angela Merkel said this about

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Cameron. David Cameron was at the negotiating table and we made this

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decision, we could not make a lousy compromise for the euro, we had to

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set up hard rules. Other leaders noted eat Britain was alone in

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demanding concessions. Brits are divided and they are out side of

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decision-making. The mood to extend to a ceremony welcoming Croatia as

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the latest EU member. Last but not least, the United Kingdom. Mr David

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Cameron. The Prime Minister said he was not frightened of being left

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out of future talks. So Europe's leaders headed home with a new pact

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to instil discipline overspending. What has not been addressed his

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debt and low growth. The fundamental problems of the

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eurozone. David Cameron insists Britain will

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still have a significant influence in Europe despite being the only EU

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country to veto the new agreement. His decision has delighted the

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eurosceptics within his party but may encourage calls for a

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referendum in the UK. The BBC's political editor Nick Robinson has

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more. This picture might not make it onto

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David Camerons mantelpiece. It captures the moment the European

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family split, 26 against one. The moment a British Prime Minister

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made a stand, the moment others say he was hopelessly outmanoeuvred by

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the French President. You're in a room with 26 others say put aside

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for national interest, go with the crowd, do what will make life easy

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there in the room but you say no, it's important we get the things

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Britain needs and I decided not to sign the treaty. On the morning

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after a long night before, Cameron found himself alone at the EU

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summit table. He might have to get used to it, the leaders of France

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and Germany and the commission will plan Europe's economic future

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without Britain. Even countries now not in the euro will join in. When

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Europe's leaders meet, it's possible 26 will be in the room,

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one, you, Britain, will not be there. How is that in the countries

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interest? We are not in the euro, we do not want to join the euro is

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so I do not need to go to those meetings. There is 17 leaders, this

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is one country, one leader is not there. It is right for Britain to

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say which bits of Europe most benefit us as a nation and to focus

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on those things, I am not frightened of the fact sometimes

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you might not be included. Are we better off outside the euro? You

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bet we are! Sarkozy left smiling, he has always argued Britain should

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not influence decisions but to none of our business. We are in the

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parts of Europe we need to be, the single-market but we are not

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involved in this complex treaty with tougher punishments for

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countries in other parts of Europe that leave be on their means,

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additional complexity, bureaucracy and rules. We are not in that.

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David Cameron headed home knowing he has done something even Margaret

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Thatcher never did, Britain is still in the EU but much of it is

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now heading off in a completely different direction.

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Ian Watson it joins us from Brussels. What is the mood towards

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Britain? The mood is to fold, some of politicians here feel irritation

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with Britain but they were pushing their own demands in protecting the

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financial-services industry were never such a big crisis in the

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eurozone. The second view is more nuanced, they expect Britain to

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stay out side of the single currency and push its own interests

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but feel when it came to negotiations, David Cameron

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miscalculated, he felt Angela Merkel would have been on site to

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give concessions to get a treaty of all 27 EU states. In fact, in the

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end, she said no, she sided with the French. Sometimes you can

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divide France and Germany but not over the euro. It was felt it was a

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gamble which went wrong for David Cameron. He is putting a brave face

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on it, he says different countries can do different things and his

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stock is high with some of his own MPs. The view here is perhaps he

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could have played his hand rather better or perhaps should not have

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been the first place been pushing demands which seemed peripheral at

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the time of major crisis. On the point of the transaction tax, he

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said that was at the heart of this but the EU is going hell-for-

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leather try to make Frankfurt and Paris the French will centre of

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Europe. Well, the French and Germans say no, they are happy to

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protect London and a sympathetic to London as a major financial centre

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but they would say simply this, while London has pre-eminence at

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the moment as a financial centre in Europe, they were not prepared to

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agree what they saw as the concessions and special treatment

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for Britain on a certain things which David Cameron wanted which

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they felt undermined the single market when it came to financial

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transactions. He listed the demands at 2:30am, they included making

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sure member states would have full consultation and a veto over future

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financial regulations and the French and Germans especially felt

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that went too far. That shows the gulf between Britain and other

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countries because David Cameron felt these were reasonable demands

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and some of his own MPs thought he was not asking for enough.

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In a few minutes we'll be speaking to the UK's minister for Europe

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David Lidington but first let's look at the day's other major

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stories. Now a look at some of the days other news. The Democratic

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Republic of Congo is bracing itself for violence, the results of the

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election show a come -- a comfortable majority for the

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incumbent. There were warnings they will reject anything other than

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victory for their candidate. Let's go to Nairobi and speak to will

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Ross. Etienne Tshisekedi has declared himself the leader. What

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is happening at the moment? It is a tense city at the moment.

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There was some gunfire we understand from the anti- riot

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police to get some of those supporters away from his home.

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There has been a fair number of clashes, there have been a few

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clashes recently between anti- riot police and Etienne Tshisekedi

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supporters. Etienne Tshisekedi, who was defeated in this election, has

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called for Supporters to become and has also said to wait for his word

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on what he wants to do next. The options are to go to the courts as

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challenge the results but the problem is the opposition says it

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has no faith in the judicial system, it is packed with supporters of

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President can be left. Will he called for mass protests because

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there is a fear if that happens they could be violence. When you

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look at the reaction of the independent observers, they say the

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results were flawed but not fraudulent. Well, you get different

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stories from different observers. Frankly, none of the observer

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groups could get a proper picture of what was happening across the

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country. There were whole areas of Congo, where there were no

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international observers whatsoever monitoring the vote counting. It is

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quite clear the transparency of the vote count itself was a bit

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questionable, there were concerns from different members of the

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international community trying to assess the election but a

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complicated poll and it is clear up a dangerous situation, many

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candidates have support and income Chasseur Etienne Tshisekedi has a

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great deal of support. It is a precarious situation, a lot of

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tension end the facts we now have the loser declaring himself the

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winner does not bode well. The international community will be

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keeping a close side and we have heard from the International

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Criminal Court in the Hague which says using a lecture will violence

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to get into office were not be a ticket to the presidency, it will

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be a ticket to the Hague. Thank you. Anger Barbon agreement has

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dominated final day of the UN talks in Durban. World leaders have spent

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two weeks try to hammer out a deal. Slogan chanting activist try to

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break into the meeting hall urging delegates to come up with a binding

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agreement to/emissions by 2015 at the latest. Let's cross to our

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correspondent who has been covering the conference. I read reports

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suggesting momentum is building behind an EU plan, is that your

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sense? There's more smoke and mirrors about this process than

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there is substance. You get different messages from different

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people and some of them you know are correct and others are telling

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you because he wanted to have a message to the world. Clearly there

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is momentum but there always is, we should have finished all ready.

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That is how late in the day we are. Ministers have been meeting, the

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meeting has just broken, an informal meeting to hammer out the

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big remaining issues and I think we are due to here later in the

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evening what might have happened. China is a key to all of this, do

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you get any idea of whether it will hang on to his position as a

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developing nation with the extra demand at the end that it will have

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to conform to more stringent conditions than perhaps other

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At the moment, China is going to hang on to its status as a

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developing nation in that context. On the other hand, it has indicated

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previously that it wants to take emissions cuts commensurate with

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its development in the future. I interpret that to mean that when

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the emissions get high enough it would be willing to take on the

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same commitments that Western countries have. The Chinese have

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previously been very open, they spoke to pass on a number of the

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occasions, but today they have been out of the public eye. -- they

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spoke to last. The UN Secretary- General Ban Ki-moon, who has been

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visiting Somalia, has called on the Islamist group Al-Shabab to stop

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violence and join in the police -- peace process. He met the President

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and Prime Minister. The Secretary- General also visited a refugee camp.

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Ban Ki-moon's trip is one of the highest level visit to Somalia in

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years. Al-Shabab has attacked targets in the capital but has

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moved out of the city in recent months. The Secretary-General

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really wanted to highlight the plight of the newly 0.5 million

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refugees that fled Somalia and live here in the Kenyan border. His

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security people that it was not safe enough to go to the actual

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camp, so he is staying in the UN compound. The refugees are meeting

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him here. The media is preoccupied by the news that Al-Shabab has

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expelled a number of aid organisations. The Secretary-

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General has condemned that. He was in Mogadishu just before he came

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here, but while there, he focused on political issues. The UN is

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pushing a political road map. They are trying to get the authorities

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to come up with a new constitution and reform Parliament by August.

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They are quite impatient with these authorities, they are weak and

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corrupt. He said a strong message that they should take this road map

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seriously. They should extend their authority and try and win public

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support. The African peacekeepers in Mogadishu have recently pushed

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out the Al-Shabab militants, and the visit to Mogadishu shows there

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has been some progress. Even though that is the case, the militants are

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fighting back. There has been a number of attacks in Mogadishu this

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week. Activists in Syria say 13 people

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have been killed in anti-government demonstrations. A number of pro-

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government demonstrations have been reported. A roadside bomb has

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killed at least five French UN peacekeepers and 11 civilians -- a

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Lebanese civilian. The Prime Minister has condemned the attack.

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A letter bomb has exploded in the tax office in Rome. The director-

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general was wounded in the explosion. It comes one day after a

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similar bomb was sent to the chairman of Deutsche Bank. The

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Dutch government has apologised for a massacre committed by its

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soldiers in Indonesia more than 60 years ago as the company fought for

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independence. A sermon was held in the village of Rawagede on the

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island of Jaafar. -- Java. Pope Benedict will visit Cuba next year.

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It is the second time he has visited. A Cuban church official

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confirmed he would meet members of the Government during the visit.

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For most of her life, Haji Khanem has lived in impoverished

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conditions in Iraqi Kurdistan with no chance of developing her

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creative talent. At the age of 75 she is now living in Amsterdam and

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has become an artistic sensations. The Dutch media are calling her the

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Lady of Colour. She is known as the Lady of Colour, but she has never

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been to school or taking any art classes. Haji Khanem waited for 65

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years to show her talent. Creating a piece of art gives me pleasure.

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If you do not have a purpose in life you can fall into depression.

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She loves music and flowers. Years of war in Iraqi Kurdistan took away

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any chance to enjoy the beauty of nature. Her father did not let her

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go to school, and at a young age, she was married off to an older man

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who had four children already. I got married my husband was 36 off

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37. I was only 15. Life was very difficult. I had talent and was

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good at making things with my hand, but I never got the chance to use

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it. When her husband died, Haji Khanem moved to the Netherlands. It

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was in Amsterdam she had the chance to see the works of Vincent van

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Gogh. She would spend hours in museums and galleries. She cannot

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pronounce Vincent van Gogh, and she calls him the man with one ear.

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When I arrived I was panicking and did not know how low it learned --

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how I would learn that the strange Dutch names. But I started painting

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and peoples all my work and started to love it. -- people witnessed my

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work. Many people have bought her work and there has been bake

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exhibitions. Despite sickness and eight she has finally fulfilled her

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talent. It is something she believes millions of suppressed

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women around the world should have The Lady of Colour. Opening doors

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and using cash machines does not sound impressive until you hear it

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is being done by docks. Herein Britain, six puppies are being

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trained to do things like that to help injured servicemen and

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servicewomen. Six new recruits which could change lives. In a few

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short months, these puppies are destined for the homes of those who

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love lost their mobility and independence. For now, it is the

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basics. The simple commands and the idea that doing something right

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will be rewarded with praise and a treat. It is very rewarding. The

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first few months are the most difficult because that is when they

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are learning so much so quickly. You see it on the television all

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the time, what they have been very and still have to go through,

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especially with serious injuries, and they do not think enough is

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done for them. The initiative has been driven by this man, a former

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chief petty officer. He was left partially paralysed after the Gulf

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war, and he says his chance encounter with one special dog gave

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him the strength to fight back. His head injuries were so severe that

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he remembered little of his past life and nothing of his wife and

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family. That was before this labrador became his friend and

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helper. Little by little, he regained his memory and his love

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for those dearest to him. brought me back to my wife and

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children in such a manner that we got remarried five years ago. He

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saved my life. Now there is another dog. He is also an expert with

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buttons. He can do the weekly shop. This is life enabling. There are so

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many people that could benefit from a dog. It does not stop here. When

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the guns go quiet on the battlefield, the battle is

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beginning for so many. The new recruits have a fine example to

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follow. For the dogs and their owners, the rewards are unending.

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Now what our lead story. Britain's refusal to tackle eurozone crisis.

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Britain is isolated, cast adrift. Where are we going to have any

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influence if we do not have a seat at the top table? We are full

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members of the European Union, and nothing that was agreed at the

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summit as in any way changed the requirements of the treaty of

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Lisbon. What happened is we were unable to agree to a treaty that

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the eurozone members wanted within the context of an amendment to the

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treaty of Lisbon. They chose to go ahead with a separate agreement. We

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work closely with our partners in the European Union on a range of

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issues, from developing the digital market, the single energy market,

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both of which were in the summit, cutting the cost of regulation, the

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vigorous co-operation on foreign policy. Do you think the UK will be

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punished for this? I do not think that is how grown-up European

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countries behave. I think European countries today look for

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opportunities where they can find the issues on which they can co-

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operate. Clearly there are differences of national interest

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from time to time, and David Cameron rightly decided that what

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was on offer did not provide adequate safeguards for the United

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Kingdom's national interests. have made that point. Nick Clegg,

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the Prime Minister has spoken to him and told him of the decision.

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What you make of his comments that Britain runs the risk of becoming

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more marginalised? We have to work very hard to make sure we do not

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see the development of eurozone countries against us. When I speak

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to them, I speak to ministers from Austria, Germany, and they want to

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work with us. That's all for now, goodbye.

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Temperatures are tumbling this evening, and with clear skies we

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will have the coldest night of the winter so far. Widespread frost and

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icy conditions. Accord started tomorrow, many places will be dry

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with some sunshine. -- a cold start. Chilly start with icy conditions.

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Most of the showers will fade away. Some showers will continue to run

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into the north-west of England. It will be a night braced -- a nice,

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bright day. The cloud may increase in the south-west. We will keep

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some showers around, some running into Wales. For Northern Ireland,

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it will be a bit mixed. Temperatures will struggle up to

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six degrees. Temperatures will be higher in Scotland, compared to

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