A democratic government was swept away exactly a year ago, and the new regime’s main supporter China, needs to help avoid a humanitarian disaster.
In place of deviations from the Number Ten line have come the squashing of Rayner and even a comparison of the PM to Churchill.
Turn a blind eye, and every one of the other 30 Articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be breached too.
The US and UK, along with other countries in Europe, are fighting to ensure that no one is persecuted for their religious beliefs.
The Foreign Secretary helped to author this important legislation. If Britain is to continue to take a robust stance against Beijing, he must now use it,
The Foreign Secretary had already impressed me with his focus on human rights. Now he has created new hope for Christians around the world.
From Hong Kong to Yemen to Burma the Foreign Secretary is making positive steps. There is still more to do, however.
If the perpetrators go unpunished, the West risks ceding global leadership to China.
The lessons I have learned: the future of the world, and of our country, is bright. And always take care when getting out of Black Hawk helicopters.
Britain should call in the Burmese ambassador, suspend its training programme with the Burma Army, and continue to press at the UN.
A comparison with its neighbour, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is stark.
A new report, and an event tomorrow, highlight the plight of people throughout the world persecuted for practising their faith – especially by extremist Islamist groups.
If Trump’s election damages America’s work in this area, then the UK must increase its own efforts
I believe the time has come for a broadening in the uses of the aid budget and a critical rethink of the way in which the department operates.