This is from the RSGB pages:
"5MHz: An allocation at 5351.5-5366.5 kHz was agreed
with regional variations in power between 15 W eirp/20 W eirp and 25 W
eirp. In Region 1 this equates to a power output of 60 W. This was
passed up to the next stage to Committee 4B where it was approved with
minor changes to which geographical areas have what power limits. The
next stage is for approval by Committee 4 which should take place on
Monday and finally by a plenary meeting next Wednesday. While not an
ideal solution, it has at least obtained an international allocation
across all three Regions which is common or close to a number of
national assignments. Everyone is equally unhappy, which is usual for a
World Radio Conference."
Assuming this is approved, this is a tiny harmonised band and much smaller than we wanted. I am not sure if this is "it" or whether there is still a chance of larger harmonised bands in each region which is far from ideal but would be better than nothing, or a only a very small band.