Prime minister says this is a golden era for UK-China relations despite impending row over delays to Hinkley Point C
Theresa May has said the UK will be a global leader in free trade after the vote to leave the European Union, as she headed to Hangzhou in eastern China for the G20 summit on Saturday.
May also declared it a “golden era” for UK-China relations despite the impending row with Beijing over the delayed decision on the Hinkley Point C power station. She suggested she wants to use her first major global summit to prove the UK remains dependable in the wake of the June referendum result.
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