A protester in Hong Kong holds a British National (Overseas) passport during a protest against China’s national security legislation for the city. Photo: AP A protester in Hong Kong holds a British National (Overseas) passport during a protest against China’s national security legislation for the city. Photo: AP
A protester in Hong Kong holds a British National (Overseas) passport during a protest against China’s national security legislation for the city. Photo: AP
Boris Johnson
Opinion

Opinion

Boris Johnson

For Hongkongers fearing for their way of life, Britain will provide an alternative

  • UK is prepared to change its immigration rules if Beijing imposes its national security law on Hong Kong
  • ‘It is precisely because we welcome China as a leading member of the world community that we expect it to abide by international agreements’

A protester in Hong Kong holds a British National (Overseas) passport during a protest against China’s national security legislation for the city. Photo: AP A protester in Hong Kong holds a British National (Overseas) passport during a protest against China’s national security legislation for the city. Photo: AP
A protester in Hong Kong holds a British National (Overseas) passport during a protest against China’s national security legislation for the city. Photo: AP
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