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UK expects China to respect Hong Kong's autonomy, PM's spokesman says

Reuters Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
Britain expects China to respect the rights and freedoms of Hong Kong and is committed to ensuring the autonomy of the global financial hub, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Friday.
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