Hong Kong: Dominic Raab announces citizenship pathway as China imposes security law

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Up to 3 million people in Hong Kong could be eligible to live, work or study in the UK under a bespoke immigration system announced by Dominic Raab in response to the imposition of national security legislation on Hong Kong by China. The foreign secretary accused China of a ‘clear and serious violation’ of the joint declaration signed with the UK, and pledged the government would ‘honour’ its commitment to citizens of the former British colony 
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In This: Dominic Raab

Dominic Rennie Raab is a British politician serving as First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs since July 2019.

This role is otherwise known as Foreign Secretary.

Raab served in the British Cabinet as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union in 2018, until his resignation. That role was otherwise known as Brexit Secretary.

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