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Lord Patten calls on PM to act on Hong Kong

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Lord Patten calls on PM to act on Hong Kong

Lord Patten calls on PM to act on Hong Kong

The former governor of Hong Kong Lord Patten has called on Boris Johnson to hold up Britain's 'political and moral obligation' to protect the territory from China's plans to impose new security laws.

Report by Etemadil.

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