Baroness Brenda Hale (left) and Beverley McLachlin have made history in their native jurisdictions, as the first female judges to head the top courts in Britain and Canada, respectively. Lawmaker Junius Ho voted against their appointment to Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal, claiming they were opposed to traditional “family values”. Photo: Handout

On gay rights and female foreign judges, Junius Ho is not the voice of Hong Kong

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Baroness Brenda Hale (left) and Beverley McLachlin have made history in their native jurisdictions, as the first female judges to head the top courts in Britain and Canada, respectively. Lawmaker Junius Ho voted against their appointment to Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal, claiming they were opposed to traditional “family values”. Photo: Handout
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