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Gordon Brown hails climate change summit 'progress'

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has told the BBC that the Copenhagen climate change summit has seen "progress" and that he will now lead a campaign for a legally binding treaty.

He spoke to the BBC's Jon Sopel after key states reached what they called a "meaningful agreement" at the summit.

Analysts welcomed the fact that a deal had been done, but said its achievements were modest.

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