UK to ban China imports linked to Uighur camps: report

Britain is set to announce plans outlawing the import of goods suspected of using forced labour in China’s Xinjiang province, media reported Monday, in a move which would further strain ties between London and Beijing. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is expected to reveal his plans, which are also set to include tougher laws on exporting goods or technology that could be used for repression, to MPs this week, according to The Sun and The Guardian newspapers. Britain and China’s relationship has grown increasingly frosty over the last two years, particularly over London’s criticism of the crackd…

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