Bush Administration Denies Climate Change U-Turn Story

Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair held private talks on climate change before Christmas and there was a sense that Bush would agree on a cap on emissions.

Published: 15-Jan-2007

A US official has denied a British newspaper report that President George W Bush is about to make a dramatic policy shift on global warming.

The British newspaper The Observer had reported that senior Downing Street officials said Bush was preparing to issue a new climate change policy during his annual State of the Union speech on January 23.

"While the administration does not detail the president's speech before it is given, this rumour is not true," a senior US administration official said.

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