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Chinese state media praises 'pragmatic' Theresa May for not mentioning their atrocious human rights while visiting them

Human rights activists called on Theresa May to address China's poor human rights record during her trade trip to the country this week. The British Prime Minister did not. Chinese state media applauded May for sidestepping the topic. China has praised UK Prime Minister Theresa May for sidestepping the thorny topic of human rights during her three-day trade trip to the country.
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