Protesters fill Victoria Park as they attend a rally against alleged police brutality on August 18, 2019. Jimmy Lai and eight other high-profile opposition activists have been charged with unauthorised assembly over the approved gathering inside Victoria Park turning into a march to Central. David Perry QC had been invited to help prosecute the nine. Photo: Nora Tam Protesters fill Victoria Park as they attend a rally against alleged police brutality on August 18, 2019. Jimmy Lai and eight other high-profile opposition activists have been charged with unauthorised assembly over the approved gathering inside Victoria Park turning into a march to Central. David Perry QC had been invited to help prosecute the nine. Photo: Nora Tam
Protesters fill Victoria Park as they attend a rally against alleged police brutality on August 18, 2019. Jimmy Lai and eight other high-profile opposition activists have been charged with unauthorised assembly over the approved gathering inside Victoria Park turning into a march to Central. David Perry QC had been invited to help prosecute the nine. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Double standards still rule in Hong Kong, as outrage over QC’s exit shows

  • If People’s Daily’s commentary on the decision to grant Jimmy Lai bail was freedom of speech, so was Dominic Raab’s criticism of David Perry QC’s decision to take up high-profile Hong Kong activists’ case

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Protesters fill Victoria Park as they attend a rally against alleged police brutality on August 18, 2019. Jimmy Lai and eight other high-profile opposition activists have been charged with unauthorised assembly over the approved gathering inside Victoria Park turning into a march to Central. David Perry QC had been invited to help prosecute the nine. Photo: Nora Tam Protesters fill Victoria Park as they attend a rally against alleged police brutality on August 18, 2019. Jimmy Lai and eight other high-profile opposition activists have been charged with unauthorised assembly over the approved gathering inside Victoria Park turning into a march to Central. David Perry QC had been invited to help prosecute the nine. Photo: Nora Tam
Protesters fill Victoria Park as they attend a rally against alleged police brutality on August 18, 2019. Jimmy Lai and eight other high-profile opposition activists have been charged with unauthorised assembly over the approved gathering inside Victoria Park turning into a march to Central. David Perry QC had been invited to help prosecute the nine. Photo: Nora Tam
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