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Asked what the Prime Minister was hoping to achieve in China, the PMS replied that the key aims included securing improved business links and a series of important meetings with Ministers.

This would be the largest business delegation to travel with the Prime Minister and business would be a clear theme for the whole visit. However, the Chancellor, Climate Secretary and Education Secretary would also be going, so there would also be other elements to the trip.

Asked if the Prime Minister would be taking any of his vanity staff’ with him on the trip, the PMS said that she would not be getting into who from the Prime Minister’s office would be going. The PMS added that she would not divulge which civil servants would be travelling.

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