Lawmaker Junius Ho speaks at a rally against Occupy movement figure Benny Tai in 2017. Photo: Felix Wong Lawmaker Junius Ho speaks at a rally against Occupy movement figure Benny Tai in 2017. Photo: Felix Wong
Lawmaker Junius Ho speaks at a rally against Occupy movement figure Benny Tai in 2017. Photo: Felix Wong

Junius Ho facing disciplinary hearing by British legal body over remarks suggesting Hong Kong independence advocates should be killed ‘mercilessly’

  • The lawmaker and pro-Beijing firebrand, who is no stranger to controversy, made the remarks while on stage at a rally in 2017
  • Ho, who is licensed to practise law in England and Wales, could be removed from the British register depending on the outcome of the hearing

Topic |   Hong Kong localism and independence
Lawmaker Junius Ho speaks at a rally against Occupy movement figure Benny Tai in 2017. Photo: Felix Wong Lawmaker Junius Ho speaks at a rally against Occupy movement figure Benny Tai in 2017. Photo: Felix Wong
Lawmaker Junius Ho speaks at a rally against Occupy movement figure Benny Tai in 2017. Photo: Felix Wong
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