By Simon Mcgee
A diplomat has sparked outrage by comparing the climate-change deal reached in Copenhagen to the Holocaust.

Lumumba Di-aping, chairman of the G77 group, which represents 130 of the world’s poorest nations, said the non-binding agreement would mean the deaths of millions because of the effects of global warming such as floods and droughts.

Mr Di-aping, a Sudanese diplomat, described the deal as ‘devoid of any sense of responsibility or morality’.

‘It is a solution based on the same values that funnelled six million people in Europe into furnaces,’ he said.

The Copenhagen Summit, estimated to have cost