Steps Government would take if PLA launched military assault on Taiwan? | Written Questions : 2nd Nov 2021

Andrew Rosindell, Conservative, Romford Commons, To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, whether her Department has made assessment of the steps that the Government would take in the event that the People’s Liberation Army launched a military assault on Taiwan.

Indo-Pacific Region: UK Relations Vol. 702 | Commons Debate : 26th Oct 2021

Rob Butler: In recent weeks, there has been an alarming increase in the number of Chinese military jets staging incursions into Taiwan’s air defence identification zone. Given China’s repeated statements that reunification with Taiwan must happen, which of course the Taiwanese do not want, and China’s recent record in Hong Kong, will my right hon. Friend tell the House what diplomatic efforts are being made to strengthen UK relations in order to ensure the stability of that region?

Steps to ensure Taiwan can achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals & recover from COVID? | Written Questions : 25th Oct 2021

Rosie Cooper, Labour, West Lancashire Commons, To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what steps the Government is taking to help ensure that Taiwan can work with the international community effectively to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals and recover.

AUKUS: Impact on Anglo-Chinese Relations | Westminster Hall Debate : 20th Oct 2021

Daniel Kawczynski: I was aware that my hon. Friend was one of those esteemed colleagues to have been sanctioned already by the Chinese Communist regime, and it would be an honour to serve alongside him with that accolade. Yes, of course I will be coming on to Taiwan. He anticipated that key issue, which I intend to raise. Some of us Conservative MPs enjoy regular meetings with the Taiwanese ambassador at his embassy, where we listen to Taiwan’s perspective, and I appreciate doing that.

What are UK implications of China invading Taiwan? | Commons Debate : 16th Sept 2021

Mrs Theresa May, (Maidenhead) (Con): My right hon. Friend said yesterday that this partnership has
“the aim of working hand in glove to preserve security and stability in the Indo-Pacific.” What are the implications of this pact for the stance and response the United Kingdom would take should China attempt to invade Taiwan?