Prime Minister Theresa May has attempted to allay disquiet about her surprise delay to a Chinese-backed nuclear power plant by reassuring China's leader that Britain wants strong relations with Beijing.
Foreign Office Minister Alok Sharma delivered a letter from May to President Xi Jinping during a visit to Beijing.
May's office did not publish the full letter, but said Tuesday it was about "reassuring the Chinese of our commitment to Anglo-Chinese relations."
In it, May said Britain "looks forward to strengthening co-operation with China on trade and business and on global issues."
China's ambassador to Britain, Liu Xiaoming, warned last...