(Front row, left to right) Activist Nathan Law, British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Beatrice Li, sister of detained fugitive Andy Li, are photographed together in London on Wednesday. Photo: Handout (Front row, left to right) Activist Nathan Law, British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Beatrice Li, sister of detained fugitive Andy Li, are photographed together in London on Wednesday. Photo: Handout
(Front row, left to right) Activist Nathan Law, British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Beatrice Li, sister of detained fugitive Andy Li, are photographed together in London on Wednesday. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong lashes out at Britain over use of city’s flag in meeting with activists, accuses London of breaching joint declaration with new BN(O) visa scheme

  • City’s government suggests Britain’s use of the flag in a meeting with Nathan Law and others inappropriately implied he represents Hong Kong
  • Government also takes issue with new visa scheme, asserting it violates a joint declaration provision, saying ex-British subjects would not enjoy right of abode

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
(Front row, left to right) Activist Nathan Law, British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Beatrice Li, sister of detained fugitive Andy Li, are photographed together in London on Wednesday. Photo: Handout (Front row, left to right) Activist Nathan Law, British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Beatrice Li, sister of detained fugitive Andy Li, are photographed together in London on Wednesday. Photo: Handout
(Front row, left to right) Activist Nathan Law, British Home Secretary Priti Patel and Beatrice Li, sister of detained fugitive Andy Li, are photographed together in London on Wednesday. Photo: Handout
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