Jeremy Corbyn has said little about his foreign policy plans should he win the December 12 general election. Photo: Xinhua

In the UK, how would a Jeremy Corbyn government engage China and the Hong Kong protests?

  • The Labour leader and prime ministerial candidate is under pressure to take a clearer line on human rights issues involving Beijing
  • But any criticism is expected to remain muted to maximise the possibility of securing a long-term free trade deal with China
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Jeremy Corbyn has said little about his foreign policy plans should he win the December 12 general election. Photo: Xinhua
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