The UK Supreme Court's president Lord Neuberger (left) says he saw "no present problem" with the city's rule of law. Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers stage three minutes of silence outside the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong, following a march in protest against Beijing's policy towards the judiciary, on June 27, 2014. Photos: Sam Tsang, Felix WongThe UK Supreme Court's president Lord Neuberger (left) says he saw "no present problem" with the city's rule of law. Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers stage three minutes of silence outside the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong, following a march in protest against Beijing's policy towards the judiciary, on June 27, 2014. Photos: Sam Tsang, Felix Wong
The UK Supreme Court's president Lord Neuberger (left) says he saw "no present problem" with the city's rule of law. Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers stage three minutes of silence outside the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong, following a march in protest against Beijing's policy towards the judiciary, on June 27, 2014. Photos: Sam Tsang, Felix Wong

No need to fear Beijing’s white paper, says top British judge Lord Neuberger

Call for judges to be patriotic dismissed as consistent with present oath of allegiance

Topic |   Beijing White Paper 2014
The UK Supreme Court's president Lord Neuberger (left) says he saw "no present problem" with the city's rule of law. Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers stage three minutes of silence outside the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong, following a march in protest against Beijing's policy towards the judiciary, on June 27, 2014. Photos: Sam Tsang, Felix WongThe UK Supreme Court's president Lord Neuberger (left) says he saw "no present problem" with the city's rule of law. Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers stage three minutes of silence outside the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong, following a march in protest against Beijing's policy towards the judiciary, on June 27, 2014. Photos: Sam Tsang, Felix Wong
The UK Supreme Court's president Lord Neuberger (left) says he saw "no present problem" with the city's rule of law. Hundreds of Hong Kong lawyers stage three minutes of silence outside the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong, following a march in protest against Beijing's policy towards the judiciary, on June 27, 2014. Photos: Sam Tsang, Felix Wong
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