Nathan Law fled Hong Kong for Britain in late June last year, days before Beijing imposed the national security law. Photo: AFP Nathan Law fled Hong Kong for Britain in late June last year, days before Beijing imposed the national security law. Photo: AFP
Nathan Law fled Hong Kong for Britain in late June last year, days before Beijing imposed the national security law. Photo: AFP

Beijing accuses Britain of ‘sheltering suspects’ by granting asylum to fugitive Hong Kong activist Nathan Law

  • Foreign ministry calls on London to withdraw its asylum offer to the ex-lawmaker, describing the decision as ‘gross interference’ in Hong Kong’s judicial system
  • Law said earlier the Home Office had granted him refugee status following a four-month application process

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Nathan Law fled Hong Kong for Britain in late June last year, days before Beijing imposed the national security law. Photo: AFP Nathan Law fled Hong Kong for Britain in late June last year, days before Beijing imposed the national security law. Photo: AFP
Nathan Law fled Hong Kong for Britain in late June last year, days before Beijing imposed the national security law. Photo: AFP
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