Pro-democracy activists believe Beijing is to blame for the decision to stop British Conservative Party activist Benedict Rogers entering Hong Kong. They held a protest on October 13 outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE

Hong Kong’s barring of British activist was a mistake, but it’s not a threat to ‘one country, two systems’

Nicholas Gordon says we should be watchful of real threats to our system, rather than focus on Benedict Rogers’ case, where even if Beijing was involved in denying his entry, it has the right to do so under the Basic Law

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law

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Pro-democracy activists believe Beijing is to blame for the decision to stop British Conservative Party activist Benedict Rogers entering Hong Kong. They held a protest on October 13 outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
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