I understand that the UK regularly urges China to respect all fundamental rights across the People's Republic of China, including in Tibet, in line with the Chinese constitution and the international frameworks to which it is a party. The Foreign Secretary raised the issue of human rights on his visit to China in the summer.
The UK also pays close attention to the human rights and wider situation in Tibet, which it regularly raises with the Chinese authorities. China remains a Human Rights priority country for the UK and the FCO's concerns were set out in its annual report on
Human Rights and Democracy, which was published in July.
The UK raised a range of its priority concerns at China's Universal Periodic Review which took place at the beginning of November, including raising human rights in Tibet specifically in the advance questions the UK submitted to the process.