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David Cameron describes the 40 trade deals as 'not bad for one afternoon’s work'
The sad truth is that for some, 'No' means 'I don't know what's going on'
As many as 220,000 Chinese investors put money into Fanya Metal Exchange, which halted all trading six months ago, leaving them unable to withdraw their funds.
Ambassador hints that UK interventions over human rights in Saudi Arabia could affect co-operation on terrorism and investment that supports British jobs
A supposed commitment by the World Bank to being apolitical is resulting in a disregard for human rights, the report says
Politicians angry at targeting of protester whose treatment had echoes of his experiences after Tiananmen Square
Report also accuses George Osborne of attempting to foces through 'beyond irresponsible' cuts to diplomatic spending
State media avoided mention of anti-China protests or British politicians raising human rights concerns
Andy McSmith watches Xi Jinping’s visit kick off – but did anyone dare to mention human rights off camera?
Where is Wang Yu?
NGOs and campaigners led by Amnesty International UK have called on the Prime Minister to address 'grave concerns'
The 19-year-old said the Prime Minister 'could not trust' Chinese assurances on human rights
The Labour leader is expected to raise the imprisonment of human rights lawyers
A Saudi-led air strike on a wedding in Yemen earlier this month killed scores of guests and wounded 54 others, including women, children – and a 15-year-old boy who dreams of being an astronaut. Survivors speak to Mary Ghallab
'I am a troublemaker – for those governments who want to put pressure on their own people and keep them silent'
Pope Francis and Angela Merkel are the favourites in a year dominated by the refugee crisis - but a surprise winner could still triumph