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Hong Kong protests: Theresa May urged to confront China over violent clashes sparked by extradition bill

Independent Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Former Hong Kong governor Chris Patten has urged Theresa May to confront China over the violent demonstrations in the territory, to prove her policy is not "driven by fear and greed".
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