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Lisa Nandy calls on Govt to take stand against China

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Lisa Nandy calls on Govt to take stand against China

Lisa Nandy calls on Govt to take stand against China

Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy has called on the government to implement a proper strategy on China instead of "moral ambiguity", with departments downplaying human rights abuses in order to attract investment.

Report by Etemadil.

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