The Dutch government has fallen on a discussion on the prolongation of the Afghanistan military mission. There was full coverage in all media during this discussion period. Hidden in this noise the Dutch Parliament also discussed a few outcomes of climategate, and with every new item members of the different parties in the parliament got more nervous and claimed more action from the Ministry of Environment.
Mrs Cramer (meanwhile former) Minister of Environment changed her initial absolute belief in the IPCC findings into a more critical
approach: "I'm very disturbed and "very indignant" (the year 2035), and she was going to write IPCC to clear up the procedures. Finally she declared "not to accept any fault any more" (Holland 60% below sea level), and at january 28th she asked Planbureau Leefomgeving (PBL, comparable to part of UBA in Germany) to check some regional results from WG2 IPCC reports.
So, PBL will check any faults coming from climategate, and whatever anyone might find faulty in the IPCC reports, because this week PBL will open a website where any remarks from the public can be dropped.
Seen from sceptical sides PBL is not the most independent authority to conduct this research. They point to important contributions from PBL to IPCC reports and they doubt the institution's neutrality on this matter.
Time will tell.