Chung told a news conference early on Saturday he was worried the information police obtained could be used in other investigations but would do his best to protect his sources. He did not describe the nature of the data taken. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong pollster raided by police amid security law crackdown
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Kerry Brown, professor of Chinese studies at King's College London, has said that offending the Chinese establishment was 'never difficult' but that it has become even easier under the rule of President Xi Xinping. He urged academic staff to continue to discuss the country's human rights record, and their involvement in Hong Kong (protests in July, pictured) and Taiwan … [Read more...] about British universities are warned not to censor themselves or water down ideas to appease China amid fears Beijing could punish institutions that speak out on issues like Hong Kong
“China is a pragmatic actor when it comes to its own interests. When there have been diplomatic spats in the past, which has happened on several occasions, there is no correlation with UK/China trade, which has continued to increase year on year.” … [Read more...] about Is too much trade at stake for Britain to stand up to Beijing?
Ms Dinenage, when asked if she had worn a covering since the coronavirus pandemic started, said she regularly wore face masks made by her son and that she had posted an image of herself wearing it on social media. … [Read more...] about Masks ‘WILL become compulsory in shops and pubs within weeks’ as Boris Johnson wears a mask for the first time to pull a pints
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