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Stephen Booth: Previous governments under-delivered on improving relations with India. Here's why this time it may be different

1 month ago   |   By Conservative Home

Stephen Booth is Head of the Britain in the World Project at Policy Exchange.
This week's summit between Prime Ministers Boris Johnson and Narendra Modi was a significant moment for the future of the UK-India relationship. India's struggle against a terrible new wave of coronavirus cases meant that the Prime Minister was unable to travel to New Delhi as originally planned, and the summit was conducted virtually. Nevertheless, the two leaders agreed a “2030 Roadmap for a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership” , which provides an ambitious new framework for UK-India relations.
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