Prime Minister Theresa May will visit China later this year according to her spokeswoman.
The visit will be the latest in a series of foreign visits designed to cement ties with major trading powers as Mrs May negotiates Britain's divorce with the European Union.
No specific details about the trip were released but Mrs May is keen to secure foreign support ahead of Britain's talks to leave the EU.
Investigations were launched after it was claimed the man climbed over a fence into the tiger's enclosure.Read the full story ›
The ruling Communist Party warning its 88 million members not to play golf, likening it to "extravagant eating and drinking".Read the full story ›
It is hoped the 7,400-mile journey will become a cost-efficient and time-saving way of transporting trade between China and the UK.Read the full story ›
The passerby had to be rescued by firefighters in Qingyang City, north-west China, and rushed to hospital after becoming wedged inside.Read the full story ›
Actor Mark Hamill tweeted: "So proud of this! First the Pez dispenser, then the Underoos & U.S. postage stamp... now this!"Read the full story ›
Authorities will temporarily clamp down on open-air barbecues, garbage incineration and wood burning to tackle China's chronic pollution.Read the full story ›
The attacker sneaked into the school under the pretence of picking up his child, only to seriously injure five pupils during the rampage.Read the full story ›
The 12-second footage shows China's capital become engulfed in a cloud of thick, dark pollution.Read the full story ›