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"Theresa May has left a question mark hanging over whether she fully trusts the Chinese government after failing to directly answer a question on the matter. The Prime Minister was quizzed on how she views Beijing by reporters on the plane taking her to the G20 Summit in Hangzhou, where she will meet China's president. Earlier she had said she wanted a 'golden era' in relations with the country, a phrase coined by George Osborne, despite security concerns over Chinese involvement in the Hinkley nuclear power project.", www.independent.co.uk
"Theresa May has made the bombshell admission that her officials are specifically reviewing security around the Hinkley nuclear project in which the Chinese government is involved. The Prime Minister made clear while speaking at the G20 Summit in Hangzhou that the National Security Council would explore whether Hinkley could have an adverse impact on security.", www.independent.co.uk
"U.S. President Barack Obama said on Sunday that UK Prime Minister Theresa May was a steady influence during a time of transition, and that the United States had every intention of ensuring the U.S.-Britain relationship continues post-Brexit.", www.financialexpress.com
"Barack Obama has said the US and UK will have to do everything they can to make sure strong trade links do not start 'unravelling' as a result of Brexit. In a blow to Brexiteers' hopes of a quick trade deal with the US, he stood by his comment that the UK was now at the 'back of the queue' for trade talks.", www.independent.co.uk
"Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday that she had discussed Britain leaving the European Union with U.S. President Barack Obama, and will consult on how the make sure the two countries have the closest possible trading relationship.", www.reuters.com
"HANGZHOU - Britain's economy will suffer as a result of the decision to leave the European Union despite signs in recent economic data that the impact has not been as severe as some predicted, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday (Sept 4).The June decision to leave the 28-country EU sent financial markets into shock in anticipation of a recession as Britain enters a years-long process of tearing itself away from its biggest trading partner and forging a new global economic role.", news.asiaone.com