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The action taken by the British Parliament “against China”.

International Desk/

The British Parliament on Wednesday blocked the parliament’s TikTok account after British MPs raised concerns about Chinese parent company ByteDance’s ownership of the social media app. The news agency AFP reported this information in a report.

The British Parliament on Wednesday blocked the parliament’s TikTok account after British MPs raised concerns about Chinese parent company ByteDance’s ownership of the social media app. The news agency AFP reported this information in a report.

In this regard, a spokesperson of the Parliament said, “We are closing the TikTok account of the British Parliament based on the response of the (Parliament) members.”

He said the account was a pilot initiative. We tested the platform as a way to reach young people with relevant Parliament content.

Earlier, China imposed sanctions against five British MPs in retaliation for the British government’s actions in the persecution and human rights violations against the minority Uyghur Muslims. The MPs who were banned were mainly those who objected to TikTok.

Sir Ian Duncan Smith, the former leader of the British Conservative Party, which is banned by China, welcomed the decision and said, “We need to start talking to people about not using TikTok.”

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