Sino-UK relationship: Golden era 2.0

It’s been two years since the UK voted in favour of the Brexit Referendum. Although some progress has been made, time is running out for all the negotiation that needs to be concluded between the UK and the EU. Will there be a hard Brexit, or will a softer approach win out? And how can the UK come away from Brussels with a better deal? Last month, Prime Minister Theresa May paid a visit to China and called for a “Gold Era 2.0” for the two countries. So why has the Prime Minister not endorsed China’s Belt & Road Initiative? And what are the challenges and opportunities for further cooperation ahead?

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