Lords outvoted the government, once again. The battle to prevent National Health Service from purchasing Xinjiang-made PPE continues.
MPs have pledged to continue fighting, with a new round of political ping pong launched by the UK House of Commons last week.
In 2019, leading international experts gathered to understand what was happening to the Uyghurs. Now, they have produced one of the best textbooks on the genocide.
The Lords told the government that anti-slavery laws did not work, and the UK by buying COVID protection equipment from Xinjiang financed a genocide.
Despite Beijing’s denials, the U.N. agency found evidence of slave labor and even torture.
The search for inspiration for a human rights song becomes a dark quest for truth about China’s agenda for the world.
As protests against the “genocide Olympics” continue, 73 years of massacres are added to a bill the CCP should sooner or later pay.
Protests continue throughout the world against the “genocide games.”
Words should be followed by action, and products manufactured through Uyghur slave labor should no longer be imported, Lords said.