World Meteorological Organisation Secretary General and IPPC lickspittle, Michel Jarraud made the claim that 2010 is the warmest year since 1850.
Big problem Michel, 2010 hasn't ended yet!
A year ago tomorrow, just before the opening of the UN Copenhagen world climate summit, the British Meteorological Office issued a confident prediction.
The mean world temperature for 2010, it announced, 'is expected to be 14.58C, the warmest on record' - a deeply worrying 0.58C above the 1961-1990 average.
World temperatures, it went on, were locked inexorably into an everrising trend: 'Our experimental decadal forecast confirms previous indications that about half the years 2010-2019 will be warmer than the warmest year observed so far - 1998.'
Back in October the British Met Office, using data generated by a £33million supercomputer, claims Britain can stop worrying about a big freeze this year because Britain would be in for a milder winter than in past years because the globe is warming.
But this is the same equipment used to produce recent official seasonal forecasts – before those bulletins were axed in March after a string of much-criticised blunders.
Now you all have a great day and start to think about what you will have to give up when Julia and the Greens bring in their carbon tax based upon all these lies!