China rejects British concerns over 'legal interference' in Hong Kong
China expressed anger on Thursday after Britain's foreign minister said he continued to have concerns about legal interference by Beijing in Hong Kong despite pledges to the contrary.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in a report on its former colony that he had specific concerns about the "integrity of Hong Kong's law enforcement" which is separate from mainland China under the "one country, two systems" arrangement under which Hong Kong returned to China in 1997.
Johnson said the case of Lee Bo and four other Hong Kong booksellers who went missing and were... read more
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