BBC: Sally asks MP if Glasgow are giving 'the right impression'
BBC'S Scotland Editor Sarah Smith spoke on Radio 4's Today Programme and warned of potential difficulties ahead for delegates of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26). She highlighted that accommodation was stretched for the climate change conference due to it being held in the city centre, with an estimated 30,000 attendees. Due to this many delegates will not be in the centre and will commute to the conference.
Glasgow chaos: 3000 COP26 delegates could be homeless as train strike hits
Ms Smith said that at least 3,000 delegates do not have accommodation yet and a planned rail strike could make travelling into the conference very difficult.
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