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Iain Duncan Smith accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘appeasing’ China despite PM’s tougher language


Iain Duncan Smith accuses Rishi Sunak of ‘appeasing’ China despite PM toughening his language in a key speech declaring the ‘golden era’ of ties to Beijing as ‘over’

  • Ex-Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith warns Rishi Sunak he risks ‘appeasing’ China
  • He draws a comparison with Britain’s relations with Nazi Germany in the 1930s
  • This is despite the PM toughening his language towards Beijing in key speech 

Ex-Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith has warned Rishi Sunak he risks ‘appeasing’ China despite the Prime Minister toughening his language towards Beijing.

In a key speech last night, Mr Sunak declared the ‘golden era’ of ties between Britain and China as ‘over’.

His address was a swipe at former chancellor George Osborne, who once called for a…



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