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Saudi crown prince receives a royal welcome at Buckingham palace

Prime Minister Theresa May defended Britain’s links to defence and security ally Saudi Arabia, as vans bearing welcome messages for the crown prince were driven around Westminster.

A fiery exchange in parliament between May and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn underlined tension in Britain over Prince Mohammed’s trip, which is aimed at building a broader economic partnership between the two countries, but has sparked protests about human rights and war in Yemen.

The debate took place as Prince Mohammed lunched with the British monarch on the first leg of trip packed with displays of diplomatic affection designed to help the widen long-standing defence ties into a more far-reaching partnership.

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