Baroness Dunn says she misses Hong Kong every minute of the day and will not rule out returning. The former senior executive councillor said she was concerned about the economic problems in the SAR and hoped to promote investment from Britain. 'I want to be a bridge between Hong Kong and the UK to help British people understand Hong Kong,' she said, adding that she would use her seat in the House of Lords to speak in support of Hong Kong and to lobby politicians. She was recently appointed vice-chairman of a Hong Kong pressure group comprising MPs and members of the House of Lords. 'The group is concerned with the economic environment of Hong Kong. I spoke to the Foreign Office yesterday and said it was a good time to invest in Hong Kong. 'The European Union and Americans are interested in mainland China but I encourage my friends here to use the bridge of Hong Kong to do business in China'. Baroness Dunn moved to Britain two years ago citing pressures of work and her husband's job, but she admitted yesterday she might move back to the SAR. 'I really miss everything in Hong Kong. Every minute Hong Kong is in my mind,' she told a group of mostly elderly Chinese women in north London. She regularly visits Hong Kong, where her husband, former attorney-general Michael Thomas, still practises law as a barrister.