Commons Speaker says Zheng Zeguang should not be allowed on Westminster grounds while some MPs remain under sanctions.
The president’s speech captured the futility of prolonging the US mission but offered little reflection on how America created the conditions for the Taliban to repress millions of Afghans.
The move came in retaliation to sanctions imposed by the UK, US, EU and Canada on Beijing for alleged human rights abuses.
The Commons leader had made the false accusation that a recording of Dominic Raab had been "edited" by this website.
Jacob Rees-Mogg smeared HuffPost UK over its report on the issue last week – but foreign secretary says again that it is government policy.
Foreign secretary told staff that “restricting” trade because of human rights abuses would mean missing out on “growth markets”.
Lawyers have warned of a human rights breach after rough sleepers said they'd been harassed "most mornings" for over a year.
The country's leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, and other senior politicians were detained in an early morning raid.
One woman was left with just 9p after the benefit system swallowed half of her redundancy payout.
The former Labour leader said he is "excited about it and hope you will be too".
The UK is doing everything it can to keep refugees out of the country – and spending millions to do so, writes Lauren Crosby Medlicott.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission's powers are "not fit for purpose", a report by a parliamentary committee found.
The government is using a "poorly designed" system which “threatens the rights of people most at risk of poverty", claims Human Rights Watch.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert has reportedly been moved to Qarchak prison in the desert for "punishment"
Most days, I oscillate between a determination to do more and a wrecking guilt at not doing enough. Those of us staying are doing our best to hold onto hope.
Language reform is a huge and necessary step in changing outdated attitudes, Ella Glover writes.
Dominic Raab's announcement was one of the first major international moves by a post-Brexit Britain.
There are fears they were made in China’s far west Xinjiang region, where an estimated one million Uyghur Muslims have been detained.
Revealed: Academy earned more than £6m from foreign troops last year – a decade high – taking total earnings to £40m since 2010.
Campaigners say a “significant number” of fines may have been wrongfully issued, as one man says he won't pay his.