That now failed headline is from Duncan Clark in the Guardian.
And, for good measure he added:
"New estimate based on the forthcoming upturn in solar activity and El Niño southern oscillation cycles is expected to silence global warming skeptics"
Just a few small problems there:
  1. Climategate gave skeptics a worldwide voice and stage
  2. Actual temperature has been flat, not increasing
  3. Actual solar activity has been far lower than predicted, not increasing
  4. What El Niño?
Let's take them one by one.

1. Climategate:

I'll give Duncan this one, nobody could have predicted this event, even though many skeptics had been correctly predicting that behind the scenes there was a lot of "team collusion" going on, which was laid bare for all to see. See our WUWT Climategate section here.

2. Actual temperature has been flat, not increasing:

Yes, and since this is a British newspaper, lets use British data to illustrate it and Paul Clark's excellent "Woodfortrees" website to show what has been happening since 2009 with British HadCRUT4 data.

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3. Actual solar activity has been far lower than predicted, not increasing:

A whole bunch of scientists missed this one, except Dr. Leif Svalgaard. Many were predicting a larger than normal solar cycle, instead we got the weakest one in 100 years.

This animated graph shows the progression of shrinking predictions.

4. What El Niño?

I'll let Bob Tisdale explain that one here:

The 2014/15 El Niño - Part 2 - The Alarmist Misinformation (BS) Begins

We live in interesting times.

UPDATE: The whole paper making the claim in 2009 is available for free here: How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006

h/t to Bruce S.