For anyone who missed it, here is the Today programme on the new revision to the Met Office temperature projections. I gather there was an earlier segment on the same subject, but I haven't been able to find it yet.
David Shukman's article on the subject is here.
Paul Hudson's take is here:
The new projection, if correct, would mean there will have been little additional warming for two decades despite rising greenhouse gases.
It's bound to raise questions about the robustness and reliability of computer simulations that governments around the world are using in order to determine policies aimed at combating global warming.
Tom Clarke here.