The Palace of Westminster in London. A British parliamentary group is investigating the actions of British banks operating in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP The Palace of Westminster in London. A British parliamentary group is investigating the actions of British banks operating in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
The Palace of Westminster in London. A British parliamentary group is investigating the actions of British banks operating in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
Britain

Inquiry launched into role of British banks in Hong Kong in ‘suppression’ of rights

  • Britain’s All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hong Kong will consider whether banks including HSBC helped China punish pro-democracy activists
  • The inquiry is seeking witness statements from activists who have had their bank accounts frozen, as happened to fugitive former lawmaker Ted Hui Chi-fung

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The Palace of Westminster in London. A British parliamentary group is investigating the actions of British banks operating in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP The Palace of Westminster in London. A British parliamentary group is investigating the actions of British banks operating in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
The Palace of Westminster in London. A British parliamentary group is investigating the actions of British banks operating in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
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