Labiba Nayeem Khan of DOT
 This was announced by British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab about its links with Xinjiang, and have asked officials to carry out checks and exclude suppliers who show evidence of the use of human rights violation to make their products.  However, Raab did not provide any specific details or sanctions against the Chinese officials.  This was reported by France 24 News.
 According to Yahoo News, China has been accused of abuse human rights rules and targeting the Muslim Chinese population to labor for various suppliers.  These minorities were even put in internment camps and women were sterilized on an “industrial level.”
 The relationship between Britain and China proved to be dangling by the thread for the last 2 years and this accusation made it even worse.  As reported by the Economic Times, the Uk government is worried that the textile industry in China is not being monitored properly, and is worried whether the goods from Xinjiang are made using forced labor.