It is absurd to pretend a company with obvious links to the Chinese Communist Party does not pose a clear and present danger to national security.
Little surprise that, in the words of a Chinese diplomat, “the Liberal Party of Canada is becoming the only party that the PRC can support.”
James Cleverly should instead meet the Uyghur activists protesting outside his office today, and leave Erkin Tuniyaz out in the cold.
Under Blair, the party rejected its own traditions and signed up instead to the global, liberal economic order.
Our next prime minister must convert tough talk about the CCP and its abuses into sustained, serious action.
The international community must set out consequences for Beijing’s flagrant breaches of international treaties.
Truss must ensure Britain remains a global leader in development, as well as in defence and diplomacy.
For too long, Xi Jinping’s regime has tried to lean on British institutions. At last, with or without the Government, they’re fighting back.
“What I’m hearing is the moment the Americans have got who they want out of Kabul, they’ll be pulling their troops out. That is unacceptable.”
Three decades on, the regime’s character has not changed – but its tactics have become more sophisticated.
It allows for criticism and negotiation provided the West stands together to call out abuses.
Tonight, a major new report will be launched by the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission, which sheds a light on Xi Jinping’s brutal regime.
If the Spartans hadn’t held out against the pleas of our colleagues then Britain would have been trapped in a customs union with no way out.
Under new proposals, bilateral trade deals with genocidal states would be revoked or prohibited.
We deceived ourselves into thinking that as China grew richer, its political system would become more democratic.