U.K. Presses China for Truth in Heywood Case, April 18

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April 18 (Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister David Cameron’s government called on China to ensure that its probe into the death of British businessman Neil Heywood uncovers the truth and justice is done. Heywood, 41, died in Chongqing on Nov. 14. Chinese authorities said April 10 that Gu Kailai, the wife of former Chongqing Communist Party Secretary Bo Xilai, is suspected of murdering Heywood. Robyn Meredith reports on Bloomberg Television's "First Up" with Susan Li. (Source: Bloomberg)

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