China's new law: Why is Hong Kong worried? How is Hong Kong run? Mr Raab's statement came after the UK, US, Australia and Canada issued joint condemnation of Beijing's plan, saying imposing the security law would undermine the "one country, two systems" framework agreed before Hong Kong was handed over from British to Chinese rule in 1997. … [Read more...] about UK could offer ‘path to citizenship’ for Hong Kong’s British passport holders
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The comedy was filmed on location across a host of breathtaking estates, amidst that quintessentially British countryside; think grandiose stately homes, picture-perfect rolling green hills, and charming villages that will make you want to book a staycation immediately. … [Read more...] about Emma’s UK filming locations you can visit for a quintessentially British day out
During the press conference on April 30 during which the PM confirmed the UK as a whole was passed the peak of the virus, he said that despite the figures: "At no stage has our NHS been overwhelmed, no patient went without a ventilator, no patient was deprived of intensive care, we have five of the seven projected Nightingale wards. … [Read more...] about The 18 UK councils that haven’t reached their coronavirus peak – is yours on the list?
Mr. Chou, who works in a Chinese bank, said he is also pessimistic about Hong Kong's future and wants to emigrate, ideally with his family to Canada. He told DW he had been thinking of leaving Hong Kong for a long time and the announcement about the new law had solidified his resolve. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong residents leave, if they can
On Thursday Raab announced that he would “set in train” arrangements enabling passport holders to come to the UK for longer than the current six-month period and apply for extendable periods of 12 months to work and study – providing a “pathway to citizenship”. … [Read more...] about Three million Hong Kong residents ‘eligible’ for UK citizenship