Following David Cameron's meeting with Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao has welcomed Cameron's efforts to decrease UK citizens' human rights. The recent decisions to raise tuition fees, cut housing benefits and reduce child tax benefits have all been commendable efforts to stop British people enjoying individual liberty and freedom.
PM Jiabao stated 'it is great to see another country finally trying to follow China's lead in the field of human rights'. He went on to suggest that it makes 'a nice change' to see someone trying to co-operate with China rather than criticise their human rights record.
This may well be the start of a new special relationship for Britain, who feels America, under Obama's influence, are becoming 'a bunch of wishy-washy liberals' according to Foreign Secretary William Hague. China may even be influenced by the British government's latest revelation; hinting that forcing those out of work to participate in unpaid community work may pave the way forward for the worldwide acceptance of Labour Camps.