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Foreign Secretary: China's new laws are a 'clear violation'

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Foreign Secretary: China's new laws are a 'clear violation'

Foreign Secretary: China's new laws are a 'clear violation'

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said China's proposed national security law for Hong Kong would be a "clear violation" of their international obligations, and the Government will look to provide a "pathway to citizenship" for British passport holders in Hong Kong if China passes the new legislation.

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