For the second consecutive Sunday, crowds formed in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park and filled subway stations for another mass march against the government’s extradition bill . It followed a dramatic about-face by the city’s leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, who announced on Saturday she would suspend the controversial bill, after a widespread public backlash that caused hundreds of thousands to take to the streets to oppose it and violent clashes between protesters and police. Six hours into Sunday’s march and a full 24 hours after her original announcement, Lam also said sorry to the Hong Kong people. But the huge march has continued, spilling over from its original route into more than three neighbouring roads. Opponents refuse to accept anything short of the complete withdrawal of the bill and many are also calling for Lam’s resignation . Follow our live blog for the latest developments .