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10 February 2020,
Steve Shaw reports on an exclusive event in the heart of London's Mayfair which brings together politicians, businessman and media personalities.
31 January 2020,
Fears of long-term health issues had been exacerbated by the police force’s use of expired tear gas which can degrade into more toxic chemicals, Steve Shaw reports.
24 January 2020,
Steve Shaw reports on the UK Government's response to news of China's continuing human rights violations against its Muslim minority.
13 January 2020,
Steve Shaw examines how the infrastructure of surveillance and abuse, now being used against Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang, was first developed by China to target Tibetans in order to change their identity.
27 November 2019,
Steve Shaw explains the attempts by The Gambia and Argentina to hold Myanmar's military to account over the killing of tens of thousands of people belonging to the country's Muslim minority.
15 November 2019,
The violence which erupted in Chile last month has its roots in damaging economic policies introduced by a dictator installed by the US 46 years ago and who was liked by Margaret Thatcher.
15 October 2019,
As increasingly repressive measures are introduced to quash the Hong Kong protests, the shockwaves are being felt in Tibet – the sad history of which may be a vision of what is to come on the island.
19 September 2019,
Steve Shaw sat down with political activist Edward Chin in Hong Kong to discuss how the protests taking the island by storm have a different feel from those which occurred five years ago.
10 September 2019,
Steve Shaw on worrying developments in Hong Kong residents' fight for freedom – a quest which has now gone beyond concerns about the island's controversial extradition bill.
30 August 2019,
Steve Shaw reports from Hong Kong on the revolution sweeping the streets of the island and its fight for democracy.
9 August 2019,
The United Nations has urged the international community to sever ties to companies linked to the Myanmar military, which has perpetrated genocide towards its Rohingya population.
EXCLUSIVE Science Museum Under Fire for Propping Up Arms Companies as Artists’ Group Pulls Out of Exhibition
16 July 2019,
A new exhibition on concerns around privacy in a digital age at London's Science Museum is being sponsored by a company selling arms reportedly used to slaughter civilians in Yemen.
18 June 2019,
The Government appears to have stepped up the sale of security equipment to Hong Kong following the Umbrella Movement protests in 2014. How does this fit with the UK's role in standing up for the city's people?
HONG KONG PROTESTS: Will UK Take Action over Extradition Law Driving Hundreds of Thousands of Protesters to the Streets?
13 June 2019,
Proposals by Hong Kong's authorities to allow the extradition of suspects to China have caused outrage in the city. Does the law contravene the “one country, two systems” agreement between the UK and China?
4 June 2019,
Tech companies and civil liberties groups condemn British spy agency's proposal to get around encryption using a hidden group chat facility.
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