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British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to China has drawn wide public attention owing to his extra-large entourage of business executives, as well as his statement made prior to the visit that Britain will "act as China's strongest advocate in the West."
Britain: Back on Board

Heading an unprecedentedly large delegation consisting of several cabinet members as well as about 150 representatives from business and trade sectors, Cameron's Beijing trip was arguably one of Britain's most important diplomatic events this year

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David Cameron's Profile

Cameron was born on October 9, 1966 into a rich family in London. His father is a stock broker and his mother a magistrate. He studied at the elite Eton College and Oxford University, majoring in philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford.

Cameron was elected as the Member for the Oxfordshire constituency of Witney in 2001 and the Member of the shadow cabinet of the Conservatives in 2003. On December 6, 2005 when he was 39 years old, he was elected as Conservative leader, in whose capacity he expressed the hope to reform the Tory.

(Source: Xinhua News Agency)

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