China has responded to the UK government's decision to exclude technology developed by the University of Manchester on 'national security grounds'. Professor Win Kin of the Peoples Republic of China, chief liaison with the University of Manchester for the last four years expressed he was 'dead pissed' at the news. He claimed the relationship with the university was 'dead sound, like mint, innit' and he has been surprised that the agreement has 'gone dawn the ginnel' and suggested that the government should meet up with him 'for a brew'. He denied he'd gone native.
The Ambassador for the Peoples Republic suggested that while the loss of potentially multi-billions worth of technology was a disappointment, given the standard of vocabulary demonstrated by Mr Win Kin 'perhaps it's for the best'.