UK NEWS: The UK House of Representatives voted to ban trade deals with homicide countries

Members voted in late Monday on two proposals to ban post-Brexit transactions with countries violating human rights. The proposals were intended as a way to round out the international community’s response to human rights abuses in countries such as China.

The British House of Lords voted to support proposals aimed at preventing the UK from entering into trade agreements with any country considered by the British Supreme Court that commits genocide.

Members voted in late Monday on two proposals to amend the post-Brexit government bill to block trade agreements with countries that violate human rights. Under one of the plans, a few who say they are suspected of genocide can file an application for the first time in the English High Court and ask judges to decide whether a UK-affiliated country commits genocide.

Trade agreements between the two countries can be revoked if the court makes an initial decision against that country.

The proposals were intended as a way to round out the international community’s response to human rights abuses in countries such as China.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.

“Parliament has had enough of this unthinkable wave. We owe the Uighurs a chance, but now we have it, ”said Conservative legislator Anthony Mangnall.

The British Conservative government is opposed to the measures, which will go to the lower house of Parliament next for debate.

British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said he was considering further steps to address Chinese government’s rights abuses against Uighur Muslims, including mass detention and forced birth control. Beijing has repeatedly denied Western reports of human rights abuses in Xinjiang.

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