China agrees to invest £6bn for a 33.5 per cent stake of a nuclear power station to be built at Hinkley Point in Somerset. Critics have complained that the project does not represent value for money.
Britain's biggest steel maker Tata confirms that hundreds of people are to lose their jobs at plants in Scunthorpe and Lanarkshire.
Britain is going all out to get Chinese investment and to increase British exports, but the Chinese are pragmatic too. They'll invest where they will get a good return and import the best products.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to get a one-on-one meeting next week with the Chinese President Xi Jinping - his first official meeting with any head-of-state as Labour leader.
Following China's "Black Monday" jittery global financial markets begin to recover - but do we all need to start worrying about China?
Asian markets experience a turbulent start to Tuesday as Chinese stocks tumbled for a second day, following 'Black Monday'.
The Chinese government's failure to take action sparks panic across global stock markets, with the FTSE 100 dipping to its lowest level since January 2013.