Dear Sir Graham,
As the son of a holocaust survivor, I am deeply disturbed at the inaction of our government regarding the atrocities taking place against the Uyghur people in China.
Less than 80 years after World War II have we learnt nothing about the dangers of discrimination if left to fester and infect society? In this the 21st century we seem to have forgotten and ignored the lessons from our history books. Humanity keeps on repeating the same mistakes again and again.
How can the government place the importance of trade above human life?
As an educator against racism and discrimination I am appalled and ashamed that the U.K. hasn’t taken the lead by imposing economic sanctions against China.
We must not be bystanders!
We need to speak out against the horrors taking place in China towards this suppressed race.
It is totally unacceptable. We need to act before it is too late once again …