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Tory anger as Chinese vice-president views Queen lying in state


Tory anger as Chinese vice-president views Queen lying in state in Westminster Hall after ‘U-turn’ by Parliament’s Speakers

Tories have voiced fury after a Chinese delegation viewed the Queen lying in state in Westminster Hall.

Following an apparent U-turn by the parliamentary authorities, vice-premier Wang Qishan was pictured in the historic hall last night ahead of the state funeral.

Senior MPs complained that Beijing was being ‘appeased’ despite a slew of British politicians being sanctioned for criticising human rights abuses. 

However, Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has denied being ‘leant’ on to allow the officials access.

Following an apparent U-turn by the parliamentary authorities, vice-premier Wang Qishan (pictured centre) was in Westminster Hall last night ahead of the state funeral

Following an apparent U-turn by the parliamentary authorities, vice-premier Wang Qishan…



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