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China should take reciprocal actions against the British ambassador to China, and bar the British envoy from entering the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in the future, the officially run Global Times said in an editorial, referring to the site of China's legislative assembly. The editorial came after the Chinese ambassador to Britain was barred by the British parliament. China should not hesitate to strike back against "anti-China shows" staged at parliaments of western countries, often by radical members, but it needs not to respond to get entangled with them, said the newspaper. MNI noted that while the official newspaper used harsh language to denounce the UK, it also reminded readers not to overreact and further worsen China's fraught relations with the West.