Xi Jinping and David Cameron
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MPs raise questions over China's human rights record

China's President Xi Jinping and David Cameron have held talks at Chequers on the third day of Mr Xi's state visit to the UK.

In a joint statement the leaders praised the visit as opening a "golden era" in relations between Britain and China.

But MPs have raised concerns about China's record on human rights.

Carrie Gracie reports.

  • 22 Oct 2015
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