UK Prime Minister David Cameron holding a picture of a panda, with Chinese school children
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UK's place in the world 'slipping'

British Prime Minister David Cameron is wrapping up a three-day trade visit to China, saying the trip has resulted in £5.6bn ($9.17bn) of deals and the creation of 1,500 jobs.

But the BBC's Martin Patience says that among some in positions of power in China, the sense is that Britain's place in the world is slipping.

  • 04 Dec 2013