BY ANDREW OSBORN
LONDON Sat Nov 30, 2013 7:27am EST
(Reuters) - Britain has put a diplomatic rift with China over the Dalai Lama behind it and Prime Minister David Cameron has no plans to meet Tibet's spiritual leader again, a senior source in his office said ahead of a visit by the British leader to Beijing.
Instead, Cameron will use a three-day visit to China next week, his first since the Dalai Lama rift, to focus on deepening trade ties with the world's second largest economy, taking with him a delegation of around 100 business people.
"This visit is forward looking. We have turned a page on that issue," said the source when asked whether Cameron would raise the issue of
his trip. "It's about shifting Tibet relations up a gear and looking
to the future." UK