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Here's a list of everyone who is boycotting or cutting ties with Brunei after it introduced new laws to punish homosexuality with death by stoning

Here's a list of everyone who is boycotting or cutting ties with Brunei after it introduced new laws to punish homosexuality with death by stoning
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Companies, universities, and celebrities are making moves on a boycott of Brunei-owned services after the country introduced a law making homosexuality punishable by death.




Eight five-star hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei quit Twitter on Wednesday amid a vocal campaign to boycott them on social media.




Virgin Australia, STA Travel, and Queensland's state government in Australia have also made moves to disassociate themselves from Brunei.




Several UK universities are under pressure to revoke honorary degrees given to Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.




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Brands, universities, and celebrities are part of a growing movement taking action against Brunei-owned enterprises after the tiny Asian nation introduced a new law punishing homosexuality with the death penalty.
As of Wednesday, the punishment for homosexuality in Brunei became death by stoning, after Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah introduced several reforms to the country's penal code, which has been based on Islamic Shariah law since 2014.
Here's a full run-down of who has taken, or is taking, a stand so far.
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