PM signs China deals but urges respect for human rights
David Cameron has said China provides a "huge opportunity" for British business as he announced £1.4bn of trade agreements between the two countries.
After meeting Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao for talks, Mr Cameron hailed what he said was a "deeper dialogue".
But he said political and economic progress must go hand in hand as respect for human rights was "the best guarantor" of prosperity and stability.
Emily Buchanan reports.
27 Jun 2011