Climate change scandal deepens as BBC expert claims he was sent 'cover-up' emails a month before they went public | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Climate change scandal deepens as BBC expert claims he was sent 'cover-up' emails a month before they went public

The controversy surrounding the global warming scandal today deepened after a BBC correspondent admitted he was sent the leaked emails more than a month before they were made public.

Paul Hudson, weather presenter and climate change expert, claims the documents allegedly sent between some of the world's leading scientists are of a direct result of an article he wrote.

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