Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussing new trade measures in response to alleged Chinese human rights violations against its Uygur minority in a socially distanced session at the House of Commons in London on Tuesday. Photo: Parliamentary Recording Unit via AFP Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussing new trade measures in response to alleged Chinese human rights violations against its Uygur minority in a socially distanced session at the House of Commons in London on Tuesday. Photo: Parliamentary Recording Unit via AFP
Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussing new trade measures in response to alleged Chinese human rights violations against its Uygur minority in a socially distanced session at the House of Commons in London on Tuesday. Photo: Parliamentary Recording Unit via AFP
Xinjiang

Britain introduces new policies to end supply-chain links to Xinjiang

  • British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announces moves to cut off business with suppliers where there is sufficient evidence of human rights violations
  • ‘Our aim, put simply, is that no company that profits from forced labour in Xinjiang can do business in the UK,’ he says

Topic |   Xinjiang
Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussing new trade measures in response to alleged Chinese human rights violations against its Uygur minority in a socially distanced session at the House of Commons in London on Tuesday. Photo: Parliamentary Recording Unit via AFP Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussing new trade measures in response to alleged Chinese human rights violations against its Uygur minority in a socially distanced session at the House of Commons in London on Tuesday. Photo: Parliamentary Recording Unit via AFP
Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussing new trade measures in response to alleged Chinese human rights violations against its Uygur minority in a socially distanced session at the House of Commons in London on Tuesday. Photo: Parliamentary Recording Unit via AFP
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