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The trouble with David Cameron’s China links

24 April 2024

11:33 PM

24 April 2024

11:33 PM

In the years following his resignation as prime minister, David Cameron appeared to become the poster child for elite capture by the Chinese Communist party. This is a term used to describe the process by which the CCP co-opts former officials and business people, usually through lucrative jobs and contracts with CCP-linked entities.

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