As Government responds to reports of slave labour in Xinjiang, MPs are urged by the World Uighur Congress  to back the House of Lords all party amendment which would curtail trade with States credibly judged by England’s High Court to be involved in genocide

As Government responds to reports of slave labour in Xinjiang, MPs are urged by the World Uighur Congress to back the House of Lords all party amendment which would curtail trade with States credibly judged by England’s High Court to be involved in genocide

https://youtu.be/eg8yZ8tXhLY Xinjiang Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, has provided the following answer to your written parliamentary question (HL11515): Question:To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made...

Government Responds to the Case of Uighur Muslim Poet, Cui Haoxin, imprisoned by the Communist Regime in China after he spoke out against Xinjiang Camps and says “The environment for freedom of expression and freedom of religion or belief in China is becoming increasing restrictive” – and although they have not raised his case with the CCP Ministers say they will continue to monitor it.

Government Responds to the Case of Uighur Muslim Poet, Cui Haoxin, imprisoned by the Communist Regime in China after he spoke out against Xinjiang Camps and says “The environment for freedom of expression and freedom of religion or belief in China is becoming increasing restrictive” – and although they have not raised his case with the CCP Ministers say they will continue to monitor it.

China Detains Hui Muslim Poet Who Spoke Out Against Xinjiang Camps. Read full story here: https://www.rfa.org/english/news/china/poet-01272020163336.html Nigel Adams MPMinister of State for AsiaKing Charles StreetLondonSW1A 2AH17 December 2020Dear Lord Alton,Thank you...

Government challenged “Is it a case of business as usual?” with China – following allegations of crimes against humanity or genocide. Minister says U.K. is “actively and carefully” studying an amendment to the Trade Bill. Baroness Helena Kennedy insists that trade must not be elevated above human rights.

Government challenged “Is it a case of business as usual?” with China – following allegations of crimes against humanity or genocide. Minister says U.K. is “actively and carefully” studying an amendment to the Trade Bill. Baroness Helena Kennedy insists that trade must not be elevated above human rights.

Uighur slave labour in Xinjiang. is it to be business as usual? https://twitter.com/DavidAltonHL/status/1329504193674153984?s=20 Lord Alton of Liverpool (CB) My Lords, in the House of Commons yesterday the Trade Minister, Greg Hands MP, said: “We are negotiating...

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