キャメロン首相は「金のための魂を売ったのか/ 人権問題に目をつぶったのか」という痛烈な批判は標記のごとくtrade awayでシンプルに表されていました。また記事本文には"the prospect of Chinese cash has "blinded the eyes of David Cameron".とありました。（Inaho）
Pomp and protests as China's Xi meets Queen Elizabeth II
'Stand up for democracy'
Leading Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, 19, who attended a protest against Xi near Buckingham Palace, told AFP that the prospect of Chinese cash "has blinded the eyes of David Cameron".
"I just hope the British government and the British people can stand up for democracy because so many people in China are silenced and cannot stand up."
At the protest, campaigners waved the Tibetan flag and held placards reading: "End the Crackdown" and "Cameron: Don't Trade Away Human Rights". But they were outnumbered by thousands of pro-Chinese demonstrators sporting hats, T-shirts and flags.
They watched on as dragon dancers and musicians created a carnival atmosphere on the Mall, the wide road leading to Buckingham Palace.
The four-day state visit includes a trip to Downing Street, Cameron's country residence Chequers, and even Manchester City football club on Friday, in a city that is keen to attract more Chinese investments.
In a sign of increasingly close business ties, the People's Bank of China on Tuesday launched a yuan-denominated bond in London for the first time as it seeks to internationalise its currency.
The sale worth 5.0 billion yuan (€690 million) offered a yield of 3.15 per cent and was said to be the first time that a yuan-denominated bond auction has taken place outside of China and Hong Kong.