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Britain to change immigration rules if China imposes security law on Hong Kong, Johnson says

Reuters Tuesday, 2 June 2020
The United Kingdom is prepared to change its immigration rules if China imposes a national security law on Hong Kong, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday in an op-ed for the South China Morning Post.
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