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PMQs: Boris Johnson announces new route for Hong Kong citizens to enter the UK

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PMQs: Boris Johnson announces new route for Hong Kong citizens to enter the UK

PMQs: Boris Johnson announces new route for Hong Kong citizens to enter the UK

Boris Johnson told MPs that he would introduce a new route for Hong Kongers with British National (Overseas) status to enter the UK following the introduction of Beijing’s new security law.

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