Police patrol the streets of Yuen Long on Sunday after a mob of men in white T-shirts attacked black-clad protesters and passengers. Photo: Winson WongPolice patrol the streets of Yuen Long on Sunday after a mob of men in white T-shirts attacked black-clad protesters and passengers. Photo: Winson Wong
Police patrol the streets of Yuen Long on Sunday after a mob of men in white T-shirts attacked black-clad protesters and passengers. Photo: Winson Wong

Organiser vows to push ahead with Yuen Long march after Hong Kong police refuse permission, citing safety concerns

  • Force took advice from rural leaders, but organiser says this only fuels suspicions that officers are colluding with them
  • Northern town has become flashpoint in latest escalation of conflict from extradition bill crisis

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Police patrol the streets of Yuen Long on Sunday after a mob of men in white T-shirts attacked black-clad protesters and passengers. Photo: Winson WongPolice patrol the streets of Yuen Long on Sunday after a mob of men in white T-shirts attacked black-clad protesters and passengers. Photo: Winson Wong
Police patrol the streets of Yuen Long on Sunday after a mob of men in white T-shirts attacked black-clad protesters and passengers. Photo: Winson Wong
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