Flanked by fellow legislators Edward Yiu (left) and Eddie Chu, lawmaker Nathan Law attends a press conference on Monday, a day after he was attacked at the Hong Kong airport on his return from Taipei. Photo: David Wong Flanked by fellow legislators Edward Yiu (left) and Eddie Chu, lawmaker Nathan Law attends a press conference on Monday, a day after he was attacked at the Hong Kong airport on his return from Taipei. Photo: David Wong
Flanked by fellow legislators Edward Yiu (left) and Eddie Chu, lawmaker Nathan Law attends a press conference on Monday, a day after he was attacked at the Hong Kong airport on his return from Taipei. Photo: David Wong

Attack on lawmaker at Hong Kong airport a serious security breach, and a slur on the city’s name

Albert Cheng says the attack on Nathan Law by pro-China activists appeared organised, and the security forces must be held accountable for providing inadequate protection

Flanked by fellow legislators Edward Yiu (left) and Eddie Chu, lawmaker Nathan Law attends a press conference on Monday, a day after he was attacked at the Hong Kong airport on his return from Taipei. Photo: David Wong Flanked by fellow legislators Edward Yiu (left) and Eddie Chu, lawmaker Nathan Law attends a press conference on Monday, a day after he was attacked at the Hong Kong airport on his return from Taipei. Photo: David Wong
Flanked by fellow legislators Edward Yiu (left) and Eddie Chu, lawmaker Nathan Law attends a press conference on Monday, a day after he was attacked at the Hong Kong airport on his return from Taipei. Photo: David Wong
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