Hong Kong rejects UK ‘interference’ and ‘biased’ criticism

The Hong Kong SAR government hit back at a report by Britain criticizing Beijing’s plans for its national security legislation. In the report by Britain’s Foreign Office, UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said the proposed legislation was a clear violation of China’s international obligations and a breach of the “One Country, Two Systems” agreement. But, a British barrister who once served as a prosecutor in Hong Kong disagrees.

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