Union flags fly before the Houses of Parliament in London. A British all-party parliamentary group has been championing the rights of Hongkongers involved in last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: EPA-EFE Union flags fly before the Houses of Parliament in London. A British all-party parliamentary group has been championing the rights of Hongkongers involved in last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: EPA-EFE
Union flags fly before the Houses of Parliament in London. A British all-party parliamentary group has been championing the rights of Hongkongers involved in last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Why UK stance on Hong Kong democracy is a case of double standards

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Union flags fly before the Houses of Parliament in London. A British all-party parliamentary group has been championing the rights of Hongkongers involved in last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: EPA-EFE Union flags fly before the Houses of Parliament in London. A British all-party parliamentary group has been championing the rights of Hongkongers involved in last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: EPA-EFE
Union flags fly before the Houses of Parliament in London. A British all-party parliamentary group has been championing the rights of Hongkongers involved in last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: EPA-EFE
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