Anti-government protesters confront police during a sit-in at Yuen Long MTR station on August 21. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong court extends injunction to prevent anti-government protesters vandalising MTR stations and disrupting train services

  • Damage caused to proper use of the railway service is unquantifiable and will be exacerbated without injunction, rules High Court judge
  • British passenger applies to join proceedings and vary terms to prevent police firing tear gas inside stations but is rejected
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Anti-government protesters confront police during a sit-in at Yuen Long MTR station on August 21. Photo: Sam Tsang
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