Last year more than 100,000 people in Hong Kong signed a petition calling for full rights. The government responded by saying that only UK citizens and certain Commonwealth citizens had the right of abode in the UK and cited a 2007 review which said giving BNO holders full citizenship would be a breach of the agreement under which the UK handed Hong Kong back to China. … [Read more...] about UK could offer ‘path to citizenship’ for Hong Kong’s British passport holders
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3. Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire The Cotswolds are known for their charming villages - there's a reason the area is hailed as one of the UK's best romantic destinations- so it's easy to see why the crew came here looking for a filming location for the village of Highbury, where Emma resides. … [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?
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
So how can the UK safely reconnect to the rest of the world? Boris Johnson has outlined a sensible way forward: The implementation of ‘air bridges’. These would allow for travel between countries where Covid-19 is under control and where effective health measures are in place. … [Read more...] about Quarantine chaos: Border officials complain plan to isolate travelers to UK is ‘unenforceable’, the public will be ‘trusted’ to follow rules and ‘absurd loopholes’ include electronic passport holders being waived straight through