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RT @Nus_Ghani: The UK must, along with our allies in the UN, urgently determine the circumstances surrounding the serious violations of human rights in Xinjiang, and our new sanctions regime should be employed to hold to account any and all Chinese officials responsible for such horrors.
RT @Nus_Ghani: China has committed unspeakable human rights abuses. Demographic genocide, mass internment in concentration camps, family separations, forced labour, and forced renunciations of faith – if we don't take a stand against this, what would we take a stand against?
RT @Nus_Ghani: Our new sanctions regime is welcome. And I was pleased to hear @DominicRaab mention Rohingya during the Magnitsky statement – but why the silence over the severe human rights violations of the Uighur people in China? https://t.co/iGqzPfpwgf
Education defines the future of our society. We cannot have a lost generation left behind simply because Labour and their trade union paymasters want to play politics and damage the government. All children who can be in school, must be in school. There is no time to lose.
RT @Nus_Ghani: Britain's leadership will allow Hong Kongers to decide whether to be part of China's authoritarian system or the UK's democracy. I'll bet that Margaret Thatcher is proved right: when people are free to choose, they choose freedom. My piece in @Telegraph 👇🏾telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/…
RT @Nus_Ghani: China has shown that it has no respect for the Sino-British joint declaration and no respect for human dignity. It’s now time for the UK to make good on our promise and open our arms to Hong Kongers who want to live under freedom and democracy, not tyranny and dictatorship. twitter.com/willripleycnn/…