David Cameron met with the King of Bahrain Hamad Al-Khalifa on Monday, in an attempt to repair relations that soured following a brutal crackdown on an anti-regime protests in the Gulf state.
Following the talks a Downing Street spokesman said the meeting was "useful", adding: "The Prime Minister emphasised the importance of strengthening respect for human rights in Bahrain...
"The King welcomed the Prime Minister's offer of expertise to help with the reform process in Bahrain, particularly to improve the judicial system there."
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