The Foreign Secretary ought to say something to mark the crossing of a new red-line: the labelling of British citizens as criminal in Jimmy Lai’s sham trial.
Even as he focuses primarily on Ukraine and Gaza, he should recognise the new axis of authoritarianism forming between China, Russia, Iran and North Korea, with Myanmar as a subsidiary,
Three decades on, the regime’s character has not changed – but its tactics have become more sophisticated.
The UK and governments across the west have started to act. But we’re still just starting to figure out how to respond.
Turn a blind eye, and every one of the other 30 Articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be breached too.
My four fellow Conservative MPs are more determined than ever to make sure the country’s regime faces serious consequences for its atrocities and 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.
The UN genocide system is broken and needs a shot in the arm from a country willing to stand and be counted.
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 had already impressed me with his focus on human rights. Now he has created new hope for Christians around the world.
The Prime Minister might delicately suggest to his hosts that the China-driven increase in East Asian tensions is not conducive to good business relations.
Cameron once prized “freedom and democracy.” But now he ignores both to win trade from China.