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A British MP has complained about appearing in a video promoting Beijing's claims in the disputed South China Sea, saying she was "deeply concerned" that her words had been misrepresented.It includes clips of talking heads who support China's claims to most of the waters and seem to downplay the international tribunal that rejected the legal basis for China's assertions.West was not the only Briton in the video, which also featured John Ross, a former economic adviser to then London mayor Ken Livingstone who now lives in China.The video was produced by China Review Studio, a group that makes low-key propaganda films featured in Chinese state media.
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