UK to suspend Burma sanctions

The Prime Minister has said that the UK will "suspend, but not lift" sanctions on Burma. He was speaking at a joint press conference with Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Rangoon.

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Suu Kyi on the risky 'road to democracy'

Aung San Suu Ki said she was always prepared to "take calculated risks" in her political career.

Speaking at a joint conference with Prime Minister David Cameron she tentatively accepted an invitation from Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Britain. She said:

"Two years ago, I would have said thank you for the invitation but sorry. Now I am able to say perhaps. That is great progress."

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