Chinese Visit : Human Rights On Agenda

Chinese President Hu Jintao is arriving in Britain amid tight security for a three-day state visit which includes banquets, trade talks and cultural events.

However, opponents of the Blair regime’s human rights record are pledging to dog Mr Hu’s trip, beginning with a vigil outside Buckingham Palace itself. President Hu is being urged to bring up the subject of 90-day detention without trial.




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