British Prime Minister David Cameron’s office says he will raise the suspected murder of Briton Neil Heywood in China in talks with the country’s propaganda chief, Li Changchun.

Mr. Cameron is hosting Mr. Changchun Tuesday at his official Downing Street residence for discussions on strengthening trade and cultural links between London and Beijing.

The British leader’s office confirmed that Mr. Cameron would also discuss the death of Heywood, a businessman with links to Bo Xilai, the now removed Party Secretary of the south-western city of Chongqing.

Mr. Bo’s wife Gu Kailai has been named a suspect in the murder amid a new inquiry into his killing.


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