PM: £5.6bn deals agreed during China trip

David Cameron has claimed £5.6 billion in business deals have been agreed between the UK and China during his three-day trip to the country.

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PM: We have got to get out there and bat for Britain

Responding to accusations that he is more like a businessman and less like a politician during a trade visit to China, David Cameron said: "We have got to get out there and bat for Britain.

"That's why I've led trade missions to China - twice, India - three times, Saudi Arabia - twice and I'll go on doing that because if there's a contract to win, if there's an order to get, if there are jobs to secure for Britain, I want to be there helping anyway I can."

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